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Election Day: Results from South Hills municipalities

| Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017, 8:51 p.m.

Here is a look at election results are in from Baldwin Borough, Baldwin Township, Brentwood, Jefferson Hills, Pleasant Hills and Whitehall.

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



Dennis Troy: 824

Council (four seats)

A.J. Doyle: 959

Jennifer George: 925

Robert Pasquantino: 832

John Frombach: 743

Mary Vetere: 512

Baldwin Borough


David Depretis: 2,163

Council (vote for 4)

Marianne Conley: 2,120

Chad Hurka: 1,939

Francis Scott: 1,739

E. John Egger: 1,722

Robert Ieraci: 1,249

Baldwin Township

There are two seats up for election on the Baldwin Township commission and three people are running for them including incumbents John Paravati and Eileen Frisoli. They are being challenged by Robert Downey Jr.


Eileen Frisoli: 234

Robert Downey Jr.: 258

John Paravati: 177

Jefferson Hills

Council (vote for 4)

Francis Sockman: 1,295

David Montgomery: 1,295

Christopher King: 1,193

Vickie Lynn Ielease: 902

Gregg Daily: 879

Pleasant Hills


William Trimbath: 1,272

Council (four seats)

Marian Haley: 1,176

Cheryl Lee Freedman: 1,087

Jeffrey Soloman: 842

Robert Karcher: 758

Regis Brown: 677

Council (one seat)

Marian Haley: 846

Cheryl Lee Freedman: 600



Jim Nowalk: 1,840

Julie Mancine: 651

Council (vote for 4)

John Wotus: 1,634

Kathy Depuy: 1,563

William Veith: 1,253

Linda Book: 1,239

Alexa Mihalko: 1,079

Thomas Gregory Kelley: 1,016

Chris Mooney: 970

Theodore Mueskes Jr.: 754

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

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