Unofficial Results | Three Democrats and one Republican win seats on West Conshohocken’s Borough Council

Unofficial election results from Montgomery County show three incumbent Democrats winning re-election and a Republican running for the first time claiming seats on West Conshohocken’s borough council. The council will now have a political makeup of six Democrats and one Republican.

Returning to council for a four-year term will be Tori Conicello-Emery (D) and Stephen Blumenthal (D). Joining them will be Republican Walter C. Gleba, Jr. Voters were asked to pick three candidates from the list of five candidates. Incumbent Jose Ignacio Gonzalez (D) fell short of being among the top three.

There were also two candidates for a two-year term on council. Incumbent John Cooper won that race.

From the county’s website:

The results below reflect the unofficial total number of mail-in, in-person & provisional ballots that have been validated and counted. These totals do not include ballots from military personnel or from overseas voters received between 8:00 PM on Election Day and the deadline at 5:00 PM on November 9th.

Borough Council – 3 Seats
Unofficial Winners – Tori Conicello-Emery (D), Stephen Blumenthal (D), and Walter C. Gleba, Jr.

Candidate (Party)Election DayMail-InProvisionalTotal
Tori Conicello-Emery (D)173760249
Stephen Blumenthal (D)139780217
Jose Ignacio Gonzalez (D)124750199
Walter C. Gleba, Jr (R)186190205
David R. Frankenfield, Jr (R)163120175

Borough Council – 1 Seat, two-year term
Unofficial Winner – John Patrick Cooper

Candidate (Party)Election DayMail-InProvisionalTotal
John Patrick Cooper (D)153770230
Walter C. Gleba, Jr (R)167180185