Unofficial Results | Democrats now hold all five seats on Whitpain’s Board of Supervisors

Unofficial election results from Montgomery County show Democrats Joyce Keller and Scott Badami winning the two seats up for election on Whitpain Township’s Board of Supervisors. Keller ran as an incumbent and Badami will be a new face on the board.

Voters had the opportunity to vote for two of four candidates. Keller and Badami claimed more votes than Ken Wollman (R) and Chris Tremoglie (R).

The five-member board of supervisors will now be completely controlled by Democrats.

From the county’s website:

The results below reflect the unofficial total number of mail-in, in-person & provisional ballots that have been validated and counted. These totals do not include ballots from military personnel or from overseas voters received between 8:00 PM on Election Day and the deadline at 5:00 PM on November 9th.

Board of Supervisors – Two Seats
Unofficial Winners – Joyce Keller (D) and Scott Badami (D)

Candidate (Party)Election DayMail-inProvisionalTotal
Joyce Keller1,9021,46503,367
Scott Badami1,8211,40503,226
Ken Wollman2,04744102,488
Chris Tremoglie1,79930802,107

In other races in the township, Democrat Melissa Wanczyk defeated Republican Eileen Stephenson for the position of tax collector. Robert Brunner (D/R) and Melissa Charge (D/R) won four-year and two-year terms respectively as auditors.