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Democrats win all 3 open seats on Baldwin council

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Courtesy Denise Maiden
Denise Maiden was one of three Democrats who won a seat on Baldwin council.

The Democrats were victorious in a race for three open, four-year seats on Baldwin Borough Council.

Newcomers Denise Maiden and Patty Boyer joined incumbent James Behers, all Democrats, in winning a spot on borough council. They beat out newcomer Rebecca A. Conley, a Republican.

Boyer, who appeared on both party ballots on Nov. 5, received 31% of the votes. Maiden, who also appeared on both ballots, received 30% of the votes. Behers, who was on the Democratic ticket, received 24% of the votes, while Conley received 15%.

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