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Allegheny County, PA November 5, 2013 Election
School Director; Baldwin-Whitehall School District Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Nov 20 4:55am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (38/38)
(116 Total Other Write-In Votes .84%)
Candidates (Vote for 4)
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Karen L. (Lepiane) Brown Click here for more information about this candidate 3,853 votes 27.85%

  • Party: Republican, Democratic
  • Occupation: Retired Principal Upper St. Clair School District
  • B.H.S. Graduate
  • Duquesne University Master's Degree
  • 5th, 7th 8th grade Math Teacher
  • Principal Boyce Middle School
  • Served on Math ,Computer, Gifted,Bullying Scheduling Human Services Committees'
  • PA gifted conference, National middle school conferences
  • Budget concerns relating to escalating costs.
  • Common Course Mandate.
  • Finding ways to work with state and federal govts. to do what is best for our children.
David J. Solenday 3,680 votes 26.60%
  • Party: Republican, Democratic
Martin Michael Schmotzer 3,121 votes 22.56%
  • Party: Republican, Democratic
Elliot Rambo 3,065 votes 22.15%
  • Party: Democratic

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