Thursday Update: 8:30pm numbers show school board incumbents maintaining significant lead


As mail in vote counting continues across Montgomery County, little has changed over the course of the day in the race for four seats on the North Penn School Board. The final vote count for Thursday evening at 8:30pm shows 1,152 votes separating incumbent Democrat Al Roesch from Michael Kennedy, the Republican challengers’ top vote getter, for the fourth and final spot. Roesch, along with incumbents Tina Stoll, Christian Fusco, and Jonathan Kassa are holding the lead over Kennedy, Jessie Bradica, Fred Froelich, and Harry Snyder.

According to the Montgomery County voter website, 8,253 mail in ballots still remain uncounted across the entire county.

A breakdown of in person votes and mail in votes reveals a significant difference among the candidates, accounting for the drastic change in results that manifested overnight last night. Tabulation of mail in votes will continue on Friday morning.