Wednesday, May 22, 2013
All of the candidates will now vie for the seven open seats in November.
The Delaware County Election Bureau's unofficial votes for the candidates running for Marple Newtown Board of School Directors have been counted. Kathryn Chandless and Matthew A. DeNucci IV took the top votes along with Claude Falcone and Barbara Harvey beating out A. J. Baker, Patience Lehrman, Ellen Trantas and Laura Wozniak in Board of School Directors Primary Race for the four-year terms. While Nancy Galbraith along with Leonard B. Altieri III and James Lanzalotto took the three, two-year term Board of School Directors seats. All of the candidates will now vie for the seven open seats, four four-year and three two-year, in November. The winners are listed in bold. Most of the candidates cross filed as both Republican and Democrat. Note…
Monday, April 16, 2012
Unofficial countywide vote tally for the 2012 Presidential Primary Election will be posted on the Delaware County Government website as soon as received on election night, April 24.
Monday, April 16, 2012
MEDIA–The unofficial countywide vote tally for the 2012 Presidential Primary Election will be posted once again on the Delaware County Government website as soon as received on election night, April 24, Councilman David J. White announced via press release April 12. The unofficial result for all candidates on the ballot will be listed by municipality and will include up-to-the-minute running totals for all of Delaware County on each municipal posting. The posted results will be machine totals only. They will not include absentee ballots, provisional ballots or write-in votes. Results generally begin posting after 9 p.m. The Delaware County website can be reached on www.co.delaware.pa.us and selecting the “Election 2012” link for the vote …
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Five republican candidates for the Marple Newtown School District race take all five seats on the school board.
Eight candidates–five republicans, three democrats–vied for five seats on Marple Newtown School District's School Board of Directors on Tuesday's election. The five republicants, which included incumbents Richard Sokorai and Fred Dewey along with newcomers Jamie Mariano, Sherry-Lee McAuliffe and Robert Sack, took the win for the five, four-year term seats on the School Board. Marple Township Republican Committee Chairman Pat Larkin addressed the endorsed candidates on election night with a congratulatory speech. "We banded together like we always do," said Larkin. "I was very proud to watch our group do this from afar–you make it happen." After the votes were counted for and their winning results came in, both Mariano and McAuliffe shared …
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
The results of county-wide races were not unexpected.
With 96 percent of the votes in, the Republicans won the day in county-wide races. Jack Whelan will be Delaware County’s next District Attorney. Republicans Colleen Morrone, Thomas J. McGarrigle and John P. McBlain will join Delaware County Council. Two candidates for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Christine Fizzano Cannon and Nathaniel C. Nichols ran on both the Republican and Democratic ticket. They will be joined by Republicans John P Capuzzi Sr., G. Michael Green and Spiros E. Angelos. Delaware County chose Republican Vic Stabile as Judge for Superior Court and Anne Covey as Judge for Commonwealth Court. Below are election results from Delaware County with 811 of 841 machines reporting. District Attorney (Vote for 1) County …
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Edward Partridge won the Newtown Township GOP primary election May 17 against Linda Houldin.
NEWTOWN SQUARE–On May 17, 1,732 residents came out to vote for Republican newbie Edward Partridge in the Newtown Township GOP primary elections. Partridge won by an overwhelming 1,252 votes over his opponent long-time serving Supervisor Linda Houldin. Partridge received 1,732 votes while Houldin trailed behind with 480 votes out of the 2,259 votes that were cast Tuesday in the township. There were a recorded 40 write-in democratic candidates and seven write-in republican candidates. A current school board member for the Marple Newtown School District, this is Partridge's first time running for the Board of Supervisors position. Partridge, a 19-year resident of Newtown Square, is currently an employee of SAP America. Although the toughest …