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Radnor Election Results

The Delaware County government website provides unofficial results.

 

May 21 was the Pennsylvania Primary Election, which included a number of municipal races and four ballot questions for Radnor Township voters.

Turnout for the off-year Primary was low.

In the race for Board of School Directors, the four Democratic and four Republican candidates each won their respective primaries. School board candidates can "cross file," meaning Democrats can vote for Republican candidates and vice versa.

From the numbers it appears like the Republican candidates got more of its voters out to the polls:

Susan Michaelson (R)- 1234

David Falcone (R) -1174

Martin Heldring (R) - 1166

Lydia Solomon (D) -1099

Susan Stern (D) - 986

Jim Link (R) -957

Bruce Lenthall (D) - 853

Rob Armstrong (D) - 848

According to the county, Radnor voters answered "Yes" to its four ballot questions.

In the race for Treasurer, incumbent Republican John Osborne received 1,139 votes from Republican voters and Democratic challenger Bill Spingler received 838 Democratic votes. 

You can find all of the unofficial results from the election on the website of the Delaware County Bureau of Elections.

Click here for Board of School Directors results.

Click here for Radnor municipal race results, including the results from the ballot questions.

Craig Sullivan May 22, 2013 at 01:46 PM
Voter turnout again the low of the lowest. I am amazed that as Americans we don't vote. In PA you need to be a party member to vote in the primary which I think deters people from registering to vote and non voting and is the basis of political grid lock in D.C. at the federal level. Roughly 34% of the Americans who can vote do vote. This is the cost of our freedom for the politicians know Americans don't vote so they play to their base. Come on America wake up and take the responsibility of being blessed to live and prosper in the land of opportunity, respect what you have been given to live in this time and country where we are able to speak our minds and are free to make choices. If you don't vote we will surely lose our ability to leave a great legacy of freedom and respect of our gifts that we have today.
Susan Michaelson May 23, 2013 at 12:03 AM
Thank you, Radnor primary voters, for coming out yesterday . Dave Falcone, Martin Heldring, Jim Link, and I - the Republican School Board candidates - are particularly grateful to our supporters. Special thanks go to all those who worked tirelessly at the 14 Radnor precincts from 7 am to 8 pm and beyond to ensure a trustworthy election, and to help voters navigate the challenging ballot. We look forward to engaging with many more community members about the issues affecting the Radnor Township School District and Radnor taxpayers in the coming months.
Jim Yannopoulos May 23, 2013 at 05:59 AM
My 20 year-old son voted in the early afternoon. At the polls, he was told he was the youngest voter to vote so far that day!

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