Unofficial results | Democrats win both seats up for election on Lower Gwynedd’s Board of Supervisors

Unofficial election results from Montgomery County show Democrats Janine Martin and Michael Twersky winning the two seats up for election on Lower Gwynedd Township’s Board of Supervisors.

Voters had the opportunity to vote for two of four candidates. Martin and Twersky knocked off incumbent Mark Grey (R) and Clint Ehlers (R).

The five-member board of supervisors will now consist of four Democrats and one Republican.

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 – Janine Martin (D) and Michael Twersky (D)

Candidates (Party)Election DayMail-inProvisionalTotal
Janine Martin (D)1,1031,10702,210
Michael Twersky (D)1,1291,08402,213
Clint Ehlers (R)1,31429301,607
Mark Grey (R)1,33328201,615

In other elections in Lower Gwynedd Township, Democrat Natalie Cormier defeated Republican Linda L. Sacks for the position of tax collector and Democrat Emilia Silebi defeated Republican Lynn Grookett Smith to be the township’s auditor.