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May 21, 2013

2013 Primary Election - Top Races

Unofficial primary election returns

NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY

Prothonotary/Clerk of Courts

Republican


Justin R. Dunkelberger    2,744

Jamie Saleski                    2,124

100 percent reporting

Magisterial District Judge

08-3-02, Milton

Republican


Larry Redington       496

Mike Diehl                 684

Lisa A. Riley             328

Seth M. Cotner         132

Democrat

Larry Regington      182

Seth M. Cotner          90

Mike Diehl               221

Lisa A. Riley            218

100 percent reporting

Sunbury Mayor

Republican


Julie Brosius          200

David L. Persing    378

100 percent reporting



Sunbury Treasurer

Republican


Stanley E. Geiswhite    176

Kevin E. Troup               388

100 percent reporting

UNION COUNTY

County Coroner

Republican


Tod M. Steese    542

Dominick T. Adamo    1,049

63 percent reporting



Gregg Township

Alcohol Sales: Do you favor the granting of liquor license for the sale of liquor in the Township of Gregg?


Yes    82

No     72

100 percent reporting

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