With all 77 precincts counted, incumbent Fayette County Commissioners Vincent Vicites, a Democrat, and Dave Lohr, a Republican, will remain in their positions for another four years.
Republicans swept the two biggest races in Greene County Tuesday night, capturing both the board of commissioners and the district attorney’s office from Democrats.
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The following is a list of contested county, city, borough and township races in Fayette County. Polls are open today between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. To find your polling place, visit: www.pavoterservices.pa.gov.
The Uniontown mayoral race pits an incumbent who has been the city’s mayor for 10 years against a challenger who has been a school board member for nine years.
The campaign committee for a Fayette County commissioner seeking his sixth four-year term led the three other commissioner candidates and their committees by a significant margin in contributions collected and money spent during the general election campaign, according to campaign finance reports filed with the county election bureau.
It was a rewarding election night for the incumbents and one challenger each on the Democratic and Republican ballots in the crowded race for Fayette County commissioner.
A newcomer in the race to be the Fayette County Clerk of Courts has upset the incumbent in the primary and is expected to face off with a Republican opponent in the general election.
Fayette County Magisterial District Judge Richard Kasunic II secured both the Democrat and Republic nominations for his office on Tuesday, paving his way for another six-year term.
While local election bureau directors didn’t expect an exceedingly high turnout for Tuesday’s primary, local judges of elections said the nice weather led to a steady stream of traffic at the polls.