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Montgomery County, PA May 17, 2011 Election
Director; Boyertown Area School District; Region 2; Republican Party Voter Information

4 Year Term.

This contest will only appear on Republican party ballots.

Results as of Aug 30 6:58pm, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (3/3)
(11 Total Other Write-In Votes 0.94%)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Steve Elsier Click here for more information about this candidate 423 votes 36.31%

  • Party: Democratic, Republican
  • Occupation: Business Management
  • Corporate trainer
  • Presidents award winner
  • Business Consultant
  • 36 years with a major corporation
  • The students are my 1st priority.. Opportunities should be available for every child.
  • Fiscal responsibility is required. Minimize waste, build efficiences in processes.
  • Change the way the school district does business. This includes the smart use of technology, collaboration with taxpayers, parents, and teachers.
Barbara Hartford 370 votes 31.76%
  • Party: Democratic, Republican
Albert E. Turchanik 204 votes 17.51%
  • Party: Democratic, Republican
Ross Smith 157 votes 13.48%
  • Party: Democratic, Republican

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