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3 incumbents win another term on Whitehall council

Courtesy Robert McKown
Robert McKown is one of three incumbents who won another four-year term on Whitehall council.

Three incumbents secured another four-year term on Whitehall council.

Robert McKown, who appeared on both the Democratic and Republican ballots, was the top vote getter with 29% percent of the votes. Glenn Nagy, a Democrat, came in second with just over 23% of the votes, followed by Philip Lahr, a Democrat, who received just under 23% of the votes — only 50 votes separated them.

They beat out candidates Chris Mooney, who received 13% of the vote, and Harold Plusa, who received 12% of the vote.

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