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Montgomery County, PA May 19, 2009 Election
School Director; Pottstown School District Voter Information

4 Year Term. Salary: None

Results as of Jul 27 11:55pm, 0.0% of Precincts Reporting (0/0)
(8 Democratic/9 Republican Total Other Write-In Votes 0.2/0.4%)
Candidates (Vote for 4)

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Robert H. Hartman, Jr. 495 Democratic/479 Republican votes 14.9/19.2%

Valerie L. Harris 539 Democratic/433 Republican votes 16.2/17.4%
Thomas Hylton 479 Democratic/457 Republican votes 14.4/18.3%
Polly M. Weand 501 Democratic/226 Republican votes 15.1/9.1%
Judyth L. (Martucci) Zahora Click here for more information about this candidate 370 Democratic/266 Republican votes 11.1/10.7%
  • Occupation: LeanSigma Black Belt
  • MBA - St. Joseph's University
  • BS - Gwyneed-Mercy College
  • AS - Harcuum College
  • Decreasing the rising Tax Burden
  • School Safety
  • Education Opportunities for all Children
Amy Bathurst Francis 379 Democratic/225 Republican votes 11.4/9.0%
Ed Edwards 267 Democratic/218 Republican votes 8.0/8.7%
J. R. Skokowski 284 Democratic/181 Republican votes 8.5/7.3%

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