Jerry Lenhart earned a new six-year term on the Cook Township Board of Supervisors, according to Tuesday’s unofficial general election results.
Lenhart, who ran unopposed, earned 449 votes (98% of the vote). There were also a pair of write-in votes.
In May’s primary election, Lenhart earned the Democratic nomination over Alex Monticue. Despite two candidates on side of the ticket during the primary, the majority of Republican voters went the write-in route.
There were no candidates from either party for one open six-year term for township auditor. The position received 19 write-in votes, per Tuesday’s unofficial results.