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Beaver County Finishes Counting Mail-In Ballots – Releases Unofficial Results

After a marathon two days of counting, Beaver County has finished tallying all in-person and mail-in ballots. Unofficial election results have been published, with only provisional ballots remaining to be counted.

Just over 93,000 ballots were cast, a county record according to officials, with a voter turnout of nearly 80 percent.

Trump topped Biden in the county by 16,497 votes, 57.9% to 40.2%. Republicans bested Democrats in nearly every race, with the only Democrat coming out ahead in the county being incumbent State Representative Robert Matzie who fended off a challenge by Republican Rico Elmore.

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John Paul
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