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Election 2013: Sewickley Valley election results

| Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013, 11:42 a.m.

Here is a look at the Nov. 5 general election across the Sewickley Valley.

Quaker Valley School Board

Candidates cross-filed for school board elections unless indicated.

Region I (two seats)

Bell Acres Borough, Leet Township, Leetsdale Borough

• Jonathan Kuzma: 500

• Daniela Sauro Helkowski: 467

Region II (one seat)

Sewickley Borough

• Sarah Stoessel Heres*: 372

Region III (one seat)

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

• Marianne Wagner: 607

• Robb Bunde: 493

Aleppo

Commissioners (three seats)

• Write-in: 704

• Edward K. Beaman*: 107

• Clayton R. Steup*: 109

• Linda S. Vescio*: 100

• Matthew Doebler*: 374

Bell Acres

Mayor

• Ronald Besong*: 181

Council (four seats)

• David Renfrew*: 157

• Glenn Bohn: 144

• Philip Ewanko*: 135

• Michelle Veeck: 131

• Robert Powner*: 126

• Anne Sutton: 129

Edgeworth

Mayor

• Wayne Murphy*: 282

Council (four seats)

• Carrie Duffield*: 248

• Joseph Hoepp*: 248

• Daniel Wilson: 240

• Ivan Hofmann*: 230

Glenfield

Mayor

• Write-in: 4

Council (one seat)

• Write-in: 0

Council (four seats)

• Write-in: 8

Glen Osborne

Mayor

• Barbara Carrier: 92

Council (four seats)

• John Orndorff, Jr.*: 87

• Write-in: 24

Haysville

Mayor

• Write-in: 7

Council (four seats)

• Write-in: 23

Leet Township

Commissioners (two seats)

• Susan Beeman Barness*: 124

• James Janaszek: 140

Leetsdale

Mayor

• Peter Poninsky*

Council (four seats)

• Linda Michael*: 145

• Thomas Belcastro: 140

• Osman Awad*: 105

• Michael Nobers: 112

• Wesley James*: 112

Sewickley

Mayor

• Brian Jeffe*: 331

Council

Ward 1 (two seats)

• Susan Aleshire*: 88

• Charles Driscoll*: 87

Ward 2 (one seat)

• Todd Renner: 131

Ward 3 (two seats)

• Stan Ference*: 58

• Larry Rice: 77

Sewickley Heights

Mayor

• John Oliver III*: 96

Council (four seats)

• Samuel Hundley*: 91

• Craig Kinney*: 91

• Thomas Pangburn*: 96

• Belinda Thompson*: 96

Sewickley Hills

Council (three seats)

• Natasha Vernon: 53

• Lawrence Newman: 48

• Write-in: 61

* Denotes incumbent

Source: Allegheny County Elections Division

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