Elections

Uncontested Primary Races: Harper vs. Leonard in 61st, Godshall vs. Miller in 53rd in November

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Here is a look at the results of the uncontested Primary races Tuesday. Neither candidate in each district had a Republican or Democratic challenger. Both candidates in each respective district will face off in November. Unofficial results per the Pennsylvania Department of State Wednesday morning.

61st Legislative District

North Penn School Board member Suzan Leonard unofficially received 3,467 votes Tuesday on the Democratic ticket, while incumbent Republican Kate Harper unofficially tallied 2,560 votes.

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53rd Legislative District

Incumbent 16-term Republican Robert Godshall, 81, a former Souderton School Board member, unofficially received 1,857 votes. His Democratic challenger in November, Dorothy Miller, unofficially got 2,010 votes.

 

24th Senatorial District

Republican Bob Mensch faces no opposition from either party in November. Poll results were not available Tuesday in relation to Lansdale Councilman Jack Hansen’s write-in campaign.

 

12th Senatorial District

Incumbent Republican Stewart Greenleaf faces off in November against Upper Gwynedd resident and Democrat Ruth Damsker. On Tuesday, Greenleaf unofficially received 6,642 votes to Damsker’s 8,056 votes.

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