Montgomery County recount leaves results unchanged


The Montgomery County Board of Elections recount in three races leaves results unchanged, said Jan Kelly, director of the board.

Automatic recounts completed this week were required in races where the margin of difference in the vote fell within one-half of one percent.

RELATED: Some races from November election remain too close to call

As a result of the recount, the official results from the Nov. 7 election show that:

— The village of Phillipsburg’s 0.5 percent municipal income tax increase failed by 1 vote.

— Perry Township’s 1.5 mill additional police levy failed by three votes

— Curt Schreier bested Jerri Letner in the Brookville city council race by 11 votes.

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