BUCKS COUNTY, PA — Bucks County Sheriff Milt Warrell won’t seem on the Democratic poll within the November election.
Democratic challenger Mark Lomax has secured 39,944 votes, or 77 p.c of the vote whole, as of Wednesday afternoon, whereas Warrell obtained solely 11,151 votes, or about 22 p.c of the whole, in Tuesday’s main election.
Lomax beforehand received an endorsement from the Bucks County Democratic Committee, regardless of Warrell being the incumbent Democratic sheriff.
Warrell has conceded within the race on his Fb web page.
“Firstly, I need to thank everybody that supported, helped and gave encouragement and reward the previous couple of weeks, months and years,” Warrell mentioned. “Clearly, this was not the result which we had hoped for, however it’s what it’s. I’ll take a short while to course of all of this and go over some concepts and assessment doable plans and instructions. It has been and continues to be my biggest Honor to Serve the folks of Bucks County as Your Sheriff.”
Lomax will face Fred Harran, Bensalem Township’s director of public security, within the November election. Harran was the one Republican operating for sheriff in Tuesday’s main. He obtained simply over 50,000 votes.
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