Jerry O'Brien is Democratic nominee for Ross tax collector
By Mcknight Journal
Published: Wednesday, May 22, 2013, 3:15 p.m.
Ross Township Commissioner Jerry O'Brien has secured the Democratic nomination for township tax collector, according to unofficial results from the May 21 primary.
O'Brien's vote total was 1,219, compared to 864 for Stephanie Conners-Maguire and 242 for George H. Roderus.
There were seven write-in votes in the Democratic primary.
O'Brien will face Republican Clifford Bright, who was unopposed in the primary, in the Nov. 5 general election.
Bright had 1,290 votes in the primary.
There were 90 write-in votes in the GOP primary.
There were no other contested municipal-government races in Ross or West View in the primary election.
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