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Election Day: Baldwin-Whitehall, Brentwood, West Jefferson Hills results

| Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017, 8:51 p.m.

Results from Brentwood, Baldwin-Whitehall and West Jefferson Hills school board races are posted below.

Unofficial results from the Allegheny County Elections Division are posted below. Results are unofficial until verified by elections division officials.


Board President Karen Brown was the highest vote-getter in Tuesday's general election for Brentwood School Board.

“I am happy to be part of a group that will continue to serve the community,” Brown said Tuesday night after the election.

None of the Brentwood seats were contested as four people were up for election in four seats.

School board (vote for 4)

Karen Brown: 4,471

Louise Mancuso Wolf: 4,299

David Solenday: 4,336

Gerald Pantone: 4,236


Four incumbents on the Brentwood School Board were re-elected Tuesday night in an uncontested race.

“I hope to serve the people of Brentwood to the best of my abilities,” Gary Topolosky said Tuesday night.

School board (vote for 4)

Donna Werner: 980

Kristie Kraeuter: 992

Dale Johnson: 881

Gary Topolosky: 861

West Jefferson Hills

Kimberley Finnerty and Kristin Shoemaker were the top two vote-getters in Tuesday night's election. Christopher Zacur and John Hosmer rounded out the the last two seats for school board.

“I am anxious to work with the new and current school board members to continue to make West Jefferson Hills great,” Shoemaker said.

School board (vote for 4)

Kimberley Finnerty: 2,484

Kristin Shoemaker: 2,411

Christopher Zacur: 2,333

John Hosmer: 1,853

Anna Louise Lilley: 1,671

Suzanne Elliott is a Tribune-Review staff writer. She can be reached at or 412-871-2346.

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