Election results

Milford. Voters in Pike County went to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 5, to elect borough, township, county, and school district officials.

06 Nov 2019 | 04:24

DELAWARE VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT

School director for Delaware Valley School District:

Winner: John Jack O'Leary (Dem/Rep): 3,039

Winner: Cory Homer (Dem/Rep): 3023

Winner: Dawn Bukaj (Dem/Rep): 2,887

Winner: Brian Carso (Dem/Rep): 2,654

Winner: Jack Fisher (Rep): 2,482

John Palmadessa (Dem): 1,911

DINGMAN TOWNSHIP #1

Supervisor (unopposed):

Winner: Ed Nikles (Rep): 705

Judge of Elections (unopposed):

Winner: Laura M. Orben (Rep): 686

Inspector of Elections:

Winner: John Babbitts, Jr. (Rep): 536

Sandra Lefort (Dem): 369

DINGMAN TOWNSHIP #2

Supervisor (unopposed):

Winner: Ed Nikles (Rep): 478

Judge of Elections (unopposed):

Winner: Jeanne Zingaro (Rep): 478

MILFORD BOROUGH

Councilman, four-year term:

Winner: Peter Cooney (Dem/Rep): 166

Winner: Joseph Dooley (Rep): 151

Winner: Katrina Foster (Rep): 142

Winner: Adriane Wendell (Dem): 139

Nancy Schoenleber (Dem): 118

Meagen Kameen (Dem): 32

Councilman, two-year term:

Winner: Joseph Dooley (Dem/Rep): 189

MILFORD TOWNSHIP

Supervisor:

Winner: Rachel Hendricks (Dem): 208

Don Quick (Rep): 150

Judge of Elections (unopposed):

Winner: Lorelei K. Davis (Rep): 270

Inspector of Elections:

Winner: Mary P. Murray (Rep): 217

Ed Gragert (Dem): 143

PIKE COUNTY

Commissioner:

Winner: Matt Osterberg (Rep): 5,410

Winner: Ronald R. Schmalzle (Rep): 4,743

Steven R. Gucchini (Dem): 3,554

District attorney (unopposed):

Winner: Raymond Tonkin (Rep): 6,229

County treasurer (unopposed):

Winner: John Gilpin (Rep): 6,215

Prothonotary/Clerk of the Courts:

Winner: Denise Fitzpatrick (Rep): 5,298

Jane H. Quattrocchi (Dem): 3,123

Recorder of Deeds/Register of Wills (unopposed):

Winner: Sharon Schroeder (Rep): 6,260

County auditor:

Winner: Gail Sebring (Rep): 4,837

Winner: Thomas Foran (Rep): 4,705

Judy Leary-Wagner (Dem): 3,112

Denise DeGraw Fey (Dem): 2,938

Coroner (unopposed):

Winner: Chris Brighton (Rep): 636

Judge of the Court of Common Pleas (unopposed):

Winner: Kelly Gaughan (Dem/Rep): 7,566

Judge of the Superior Court:

Winner: Megan McCarthy-King (Rep): 4,922

Winner: Christylee Peck (Rep): 4,565

Amanda Green Hawkins (Dem): 3,080

Daniel D. McCaffery (Dem): 2,891

TOTAL VOTER TURNOUT

Total voter turnout: 8,700

Milford Borough: 299

Milford Township: 378

Dingman #1: 949

Dingman #2: 671

Crime victim rights ballot question:
The rights of crime victims will be enshrined in the Pennsylvania Constitution under a amendment, approved by a wide margin statewide on Tuesday, that will enumerate rights for victims, including being notified about all hearings and being allowed to attend them, and the ability to weigh in during plea hearings, sentencings and parole proceedings. It would also guarantee “a prompt and final conclusion" of the case and post-conviction proceedings and the right to full restitution.
In Pike County voters supported the law 5,864 to 1,596.