Official Count Will Determine Close Radnor Race

The Board of Commissioners' Third Ward race may be determined by less than 10 votes.

According to the unofficial Municipal Election Results for Radnor Township's Third Ward commissioner race, Republican challenger was victorious over long-time commissioner 580 to 573 votes.

But that tally does not include absentee ballots, and on election night, both the local Democratic and Republican parties .

(Watch a video of Spingler talking about why the results were so amazing in the video section of this article.)

According to the Delaware County Bureau of Elections, the results of this and all races are to be made official Wednesday. Radnor Patch will publish the official results as soon as they are available.

Danielle Kleinman November 22, 2011 at 12:49 PM
I understand that Bill Spingler actually gained 2 votes with the recount....thank goodness!
Love this Place November 22, 2011 at 05:31 PM
Yes thank goodness.....4 more years of wasteful spending, bullying at commissioner meetings and nbelievale conflicts of interest.....unbelievable.....voters in the 3rd ward you reall missed your mark here
i grew here you moved here November 23, 2011 at 07:03 PM
Love this Place, if you don't like it, then go somewhere else. How can you think that a person who has lived in the Twp. for only a couple years actually knows what's best for the community, and can properly assess and make decisions in the best interests of the residents, when he or she barely even knows the Township.


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