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Romac elected to Shaler Area School Board Director in Region 3

| Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013, 10:30 a.m.

Elections 2013

Here are the election results in the contested races for the municipalities of Hampton, Shaler, O'Hara, Indiana and Richland as well as for the school board director at Shaler Area.

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Hampton Council

• Peter S. Russ (R) 1,333

• Cary Montgomery (R) 1,300

• Victor D. Son (R) 1,271

Jason Adam (D) 991

Kimberley J. Fink (D) 962

Indiana Supervisor District 5

• Michael Schurko (R) 108

David Allison (D) 95

O'Hara Council Ward 5

• Cassandra Eccles (D) 164

Alan Templin (R)

Shaler Commissioner Ward 2

• Lori Mizgorski (R) 428

Jim Tunstall (D) 375

Shaler Commissioner Ward 4

• Thomas McElhone (D) 454

Leah Kurz (R) 353

Richland Supervisor District 2

• John A. Marshall (R) 299

Robert Pavlecic (D) 155

Shaler Area School Board Director, Region 3

• Steve Romac (D) 1,268

James A. Giel, Jr. (R) 1,098

Results are unofficial and do not include write in votes.

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