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Allegheny County, PA November 3, 2009 Election
Member, Council; Borough of Ben Avon Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of November 4 12:16am
Candidates (Vote for 4)
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Lloyd Corder 286 votes 19.40%

  • Party: Republican
Richard J. "R.J." White Click here for more information about this candidate 244 votes 16.55%
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Student
  • Involved in many charities and organizations in the North Boroughs
  • Provides volunteer audio and lighting technical service for Ben Avon's own Community Theatre Players
  • Helps educate area adults in the art of computer operation
  • Active in the education of area youth
  • Wants to see Borough Council continue to serve the residents
  • Transparency in Borough Council
  • Forward-Thinking Government
Brian Tokar 201 votes 13.64%
  • Party: Republican
Robert E. Galbraith, II 200 votes 13.57%
  • Party: Republican
Kenneth L. Opipery, Jr. 196 votes 13.30%
  • Party: Democratic
Todd E. Smith 195 votes 13.23%
  • Party: Democratic
Charles S. Hansen 152 votes 10.31%
  • Party: Republican

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