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Oberlander Runs Unopposed on Republican Ticket; Over 900 Write-Ins on Democratic Side
CLARION CO., Pa. (EYT) – While Donna Oberlander ran unopposed on the GOP ticket for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives 63rd District, there were over 900 write-in votes on the Democratic ticket.
Unofficial results indicate Oberlander, of Clarion, received 95% of the GOP votes, or 3,327 votes, while there were 184 write-in votes in the 40 precincts in Clarion County.
Although there were no democratic nominees listed for the Democratic ballot for the 63rd District, there were 903 unofficial write-in votes.
One write-in candidate for the 63rd District, Conrad Warner, announced at Spring Clarion County Democratic Dinner that he was running as a write-in candidate in the primary.
Warner, a teacher at Keystone Area School District, voiced his hopes to challenge incumbent state representative Donna Oberlander in the November general elections.
Candidates for both sides of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 66th District ran unopposed.
Republican Cris Dush and Democrat Kerith Strano Taylor will both appear on the November ballot.
Dush is seeking re-election.
In 64th Legislative District, both candidates for the 64th Legislative District seat ran opposed.
In November, voters will see Democrat John Kluck and incumbent Republican R. Lee James on the ballot.
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