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Sewickley Valley primary results: Contested school board race, Leetsdale write-ins

| Wednesday, May 22, 2013, 12:27 p.m.

Here's a look at results from Tuesday's primary across the Sewickley Valley.

Results are unofficial until certified by the Allegheny County Board of Elections.

» Quaker Valley school board

Candidates cross-filed for school board elections unless indicated

Region I (two seats), Democratic

Bell Acres Borough, Leet Township, Leetsdale Borough

Daniela Sauro Helkowski: 211

Jonathan Kuzma: 198

David V. Weicht: 98

P. Richard Warburton: 74

Region I (two seats), Republican

Bell Acres Borough, Leet Township, Leetsdale Borough

Jonathan Kuzma: 136

Daniela Sauro Helkowski: 121

David V. Weicht: 108

P. Richard Warburton: 93

Region II (one seat), Democratic

Sewickley Borough

Sarah Stoessel Heres*: 97

Region II (one seat), Republican

Sewickley Borough

Sarah Stoessel Heres*: 125

Region III (one seat), Democratic

Aleppo Township, Edgeworth Borough, Glenfield Borough, Haysville Borough, Glen Osborne Borough, Sewickley Heights Borough, Sewickley Hills Borough

Robb D. Bunde (Democrat): 121

Mary Ann Wagner: 97

Region III (one seat), Republican

Aleppo Township, Edgeworth Borough, Glenfield Borough, Haysville Borough, Glen Osborne Borough, Sewickley Heights Borough, Sewickley Hills Borough

Mary Ann Wagner: 298

» Aleppo

Commissioners (three seats), Democractic

Write-In: 2

Commissioners (three seats), Republican

Clayton R. Steup*: 86

Edward K. Beaman*: 80

Linda S. Vescio*: 80

» Bell Acres

Mayor, Democratic

Ronald Besong: 71

Mayor, Republican

Write-In: 6

Council (four seats), Democratic

Robert Powner (Democrat)*: 67

Philip Ewanko (Democrat)*: 66

Council (four seats), Republican

David Renfrew (Republcan)*: 61

Glenn Bohn (Republican): 51

Write-In: 30

» Edgeworth

Mayor, Democratic

Write-In: 10

Mayor, Republican

Wayne Murphy*: 145

Council (four seats), Democratic

Write-In: 9

Council (four seats), Republican

Joseph T. Hoepp (Republican)*: 134

Carrie A. Duffield (Republican)*: 130

Daniel Wilson (Republican): 129

Ivan T. Hofmann (Republican)*: 124

» Glenfield

Mayor, Democratic

Write-In: 3

Mayor, Republican

Write-In: 5

Council (four seats), Democratic

Write-In: 8

Council (four seats), Republican

Write-In: 16

Council (one seat), Democratic

Write-In: 0

Council (one seat), Republican

Write-In: 2

» Glen Osborne

Mayor, Democratic

Barbara Carrier: 38

Mayor, Republican

Write-In: 5

Council (four seats), Democratic

John Orndorff, Jr.*: 36

Write-In: 7

Council (four seats), Republican

Write-In: 12

» Haysville

Mayor, Democratic

Write-In: 3

Mayor, Republican

Write-In: 10

Council (four seats), Democratic

Write-In: 12

Council (four seats), Republican

Write-In: 31

» Leet Township

Commissioners (three seats), Democratic

Susan Beeman Barness (Democrat)*: 76

James B. Janaszek (Democrat): 63

Wayne Hyjek (Democrat)*: 40

Commissioners (three seats), Republican

Write-In: 27

Leetsdale

Mayor, Democratic

Peter Poninsky *: 118

Mayor, Republican

Write-In: 12

Council (four seats), Democratic

Thomas Belcastro: 102

Linda Michael*: 98

Michael Nobers: 76

Osman Awad*: 50

Benjimen Frederick: 45

Roger Nanni*: 37

Council (four seats), Republican

Wesley James*: 45

Write-In: 103

» Sewickley

Mayor, Democratic

Write-In: 9

Mayor, Republican

Brian Jeffe*: 136

Council

Ward 1 (two seats), Democratic

Write-In: 2

Ward 1 (two seats), Republican

Susan Aleshire (Republican)*: 35

Charles Driscoll (Republican)*: 38

Ward 2 (one seat), Democratic

Write-In: 3

Ward 2 (one seat), Republican

Todd Renner: 59

Ward 3 (two seats), Democratic

Write-In: 12

Ward 3 (two seats), Republican

Stan Ference*: 29

Larry Rice: 29

» Sewickley Heights

Mayor, Democratic

Write-In: 3

Mayor, Republican

John C. Oliver*: 46

Council (four seats), Democratic

Write-In: 2

Council (four seats), Republican

Samuel P. Hundley*: 36

Craig S. Kinney*: 40

Thomas L. Pangburn*: 44

Belinda M. Thompson*: 36

» Sewickley Hills

Mayor, Democratic

Write-In: 25

Mayor, Republican

Write-In: 39

Council (three seats), Democratic

Write-In: 52

Council (three seats), Republican

Write-In: 109

Council (one seat), Democratic

Write-In: 24

Council (one seat), Republican

Write-In: 39

* Denotes incumbent

Bobby Cherry is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-324-1408 or rcherry@tribweb.com.

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