Republicans Dennis Rudnik and Michael Koch were the only candidates on the ballot in Tuesday’s general election race for the St. Clair Township Board of Supervisors, securing six-year and four-year terms, respectively.

Rudnik received 202 votes (94.39%) in his race, and Koch matched that pace with 202 votes (94.84%) in his own race, according to unofficial election results from the Westmoreland County Election Bureau. Twelve write-in votes were cast in Rudnik’s race, while Koch’s saw 11 cast.

Neither candidate submitted a campaign announcement to the Bulletin.

Meanwhile, there were no candidates on the ballot for one open six-year term and one open two-year term for the township auditors, races which saw 11 and eight write-in votes cast.

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