Voters decide area tax collector races
By For The Leader Times
Published: Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013, 12:56 a.m.
Voters decided just four contested tax collector races during Tuesday's general election:
East Franklin : Democrat Terry Steffy defeated Republican Roger Reitler, 508-459.
Kiski: Republican Andrew R. Evans defeated Democrat Calvin Creighton, 361-177.
Plumcreek: Republican Linda McKissick received 250 votes, defeating Democrat Camilla D. Ackerson and Independent Bonnie Rearick, who received 24 and 31 votes, respectively.
South Bend : Republican Nevin C. Rupert defeated Democrat Patricia Kirkpatrick, 98-78.
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