Bill could usher Pennsylvania elections into a new era

FILE - This Oct. 2, 2019, file photo, shows an ExpressVote XL voting machine displayed at City Hall, in Philadelphia. Pennsylvania, a state that has ranked in the bottom tier in election laws, fast-tracked legislation that was negotiated behind closed doors that could usher in some advancement. The bill could be the most substantive changes to Pennsylvania election laws in more than 80 years.

Last updated at 11:30 p.m. 

In Washington County, with 180 out of 180 precincts:

County Commissioner

Larry Maggi: 25.8% ; 21662 votes

Harlan Shober: 21.3% ; 17845 votes

Diana Irey Vaughan: 28% ; 23489 votes

Nick Sherman: 24.3% ; 20342 votes

District Attorney

Jacob Mihalov: 36.6% ; 16277 votes

Gene Vittone: 63.4% ; 28200 votes

Register of Wills

Suzanne Archer: 49.1% ; 21709 votes

James Roman: 50.8% ; 22468 votes

County Treasurer

Lisa Carpenter: 47.6% ; 21075 votes

Tom Flickinger: 52.3% ; 23142 votes

Clerk of Courts

Frank Scandale: 42.5% ; 18618 votes

Brenda Davis: 57.4% ; 25158 votes

Prothonotary

Joy Schury Ranko: 48.7% ; 21388 votes

Laura Hough: 51.3% ; 22544 votes

Mayor of Washington

Scott Putnam: 53.8% ; 1058 votes

Mark Kennison: 46% ; 905 votes

Washington City Council

Kenneth Westcott: 30.8% ; 1106 votes

Joseph Pintola: 27.8% ; 1000 votes

Joseph DeThomas: 21.6% ; 776 votes

Dana Hammond: 19.6% ; 703 votes

In Greene County, with 42 out of 42 precincts: 

County Commissioner

Blair Zimmerman: 22.5% ; 4002 votes

Dave Coder: 19.2% ; 3416 votes

Betsy Rohanna McClure: 28.5% ; 5087 votes

Mike Belding: 29.6% ; 5279 votes

District Attorney

Jessica Phillips: 31.1% ; 2830 votes

David Russo: 37% ; 3371 votes

Write-In: 31.9% ; 2901 votes

For detailed results, visit your respective county's website. Check back Wednesday morning for additional coverage.  

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