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

4 Year Term.

Results as of November 4 12:16am
Candidates (Vote for 4)
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Mike Doyle 2734 votes 14.80%

  • Party: Republican
Keith Nowalk 2472 votes 13.38%
  • Party: Republican
Michael J. Dell Click here for more information about this candidate 2347 votes 12.71%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: CPA
  • Tax & Business Consultant
  • Member of National Assoc of Tax Preparers
  • Small Business Owner
  • Treasurer of Athletic Association
  • Health & Life Insurance Agent
  • BS Degree in Mgt, Marketing & Accounting
  • Keep Government Simple provide quality basic services
  • Its the private sector that creates jobs, it the government responsiblity to assure we are playing on a level field
  • Lower taxes puts more money into the economy
Leonard J. Szarmach 2320 votes 12.56%
  • Party: Republican
David A. Vento 2306 votes 12.49%
  • Party: Democratic
Paul W. Dern, Jr. 2300 votes 12.45%
  • Party: Democratic
Donald Flickinger 2099 votes 11.36%
  • Party: Democratic
J. R. Pilyih 1891 votes 10.24%
  • Party: Democratic

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