Incumbents have earned spots on the November ballot in Middlesex and South Middleton townships.
Republican incumbent Steven Larson earned 243 votes to challenger J. Dave Price’s 167 votes, according to unofficial election results. The unofficial election results do not include absentee ballots.
There were no candidates on the Democratic ballot in Tuesday’s primary, but there were 29 write-in votes cast, as of 10:15 p.m.
In South Middleton Township, Republican incumbent Ronald P. Hamilton will appear on the ballot in November alongside Shelly L. Capozzi, according to unofficial election results.
Hamilton won 994 votes in Tuesday’s primary, and Capozzi earned 919, with absentee ballots counted as of 10:30 p.m.
Michael Coyle, who also appeared on the Republican ballot, earned 892 votes.
There was only one candidate on the Democratic ballot, Benjamin Ramirez, who received 579 votes, as of 10:15 p.m.
There are two open seats in South Middleton Township, one of which belonged to retiring supervisor Tom Faley.