Here is the list of individuals who received enough write-in votes in the Nov. 8 election to win a municipal office or school board seat in Bradford County. The Bradford County Elections Bureau on Tuesday sent a letter to each of these individuals asking them whether they accept the position. The individuals have until Dec. 30 to let the elections office know if they accept the position. If the individual chooses to not accept the office, then the appropriate board - either the borough council, board of township supervisors, or school board - will appoint someone to fill the position.

Position won Term of office Name of winner Number of write-in votes received

- Alba Borough councilman 2 years Nancy Kinner 1

- Alba Borough auditor 6 years Evelyn Bristol 1

- Albany Township auditor 4 years Philip Delong 1

- Armenia Township supervisor 6 years Chad Harwick 32

- Armenia Township auditor 6 years Donna Morgan 14

- Athens Borough councilman 2 years Francis Roupp 3

- Burlington Boro councilman 4 years Bruce Wittie 18

- Burlington Boro councilman 4 years Gary Wolfe 14

- Burlington Boro auditor 6 years Tracey Weldy 3

- Burlington Boro auditor 4 years Jay Sanabria 1

- Burlington Twp. auditor 6 years Liston Pepper 1

- Canton Twp. auditor 6 years Sheila Woodward 1

- Columbia Twp. auditor 6 years David Schucker 1

- Granville Twp. auditor 6 years Shana Spencer 1

- Herrick Twp. auditor 6 years Cindy Jones 1

- LeRaysville Boro councilman 4 years Ryan Smith 6

- LeRaysville Boro councilman 4 years Robert Moore 4

- LeRaysville Boro auditor 2 years Maurine Gehring 1

- Leroy Twp. supervisor 4 years Jason Krise 10

- Leroy Twp. supervisor 2 years Jason Krise 29

- Leroy Twp. auditor 6 years Rebecca Wilcox 1

- Leroy Twp. auditor 4 years Rebecca Wilcox 1

- Leroy Twp. auditor 2 years Diane Tomlinson 1

- Litchfield Twp. auditor 6 years Michele LiCata 1

- Monroe Borough councilman 2 years Jenny Ennis 1

- New Albany councilman 4 years Dave Berkley 4

- New Albany councilman 4 years Larry Westbrook 4

- New Albany councilman 4 years Michelle Dunham 3

- New Albany councilman 2 years Dave Berkley 2

- New Albany tax collector 2 years Reta Manley 2

- Overton Twp. supervisor 6 years Daniel C. Slocum 28

- Overton Twp. auditor 6 years Tammy Bahl 19

- Pike Twp. auditor 6 years Calvin Bacon 2

- Pike Twp. auditor 4 years Jeffrey Christiansen 1

- Ridgebury Twp. supervisor 4 years Gary Gee 110

- Ridgebury Twp. auditor 4 years Elizabeth Schneider 28

- Rome Boro councilman 4 years John Babcock 7

- Rome Boro councilman 4 years Larry Arnold 7

- Rome Boro councilman 4 years Catherine Babcock 5

- Rome Boro councilman 2 years Guy Abell 3

- Rome Boro auditor 6 years Frank Horton 4

- Rome Boro tax collector 2 years Crystal Babcock 3

- Rome Twp. auditor 2 years Jennifer Jones 1

- Sheshequin Twp. supervisor 6 years Leslie Wanck 123

- Sheshequin Twp. auditor 6 years Linda M. Gaskill 5

- Smithfield Twp. auditor 6 years Lois Elvidge 1

- South Waverly councilman 4 years John P. Testen 4

- South Waverly councilman 4 years Dianne Bentley 3

- Stevens Twp. supervisor 6 years David Kithcart 54

- Stevens Twp. auditor 6 years Eileen Fedak 1

- Sylvania Boro councilman 4 years Elizabeth Taylor 2

- Sylvania auditor 6 years Nancy Hetrick 1

- Terry Twp. auditor 6 years Cheryl Chamberlain 1

- North Towanda Twp. auditor 6 years Philip Kaminsky 14

- Troy Twp. auditor 6 years Robert Burguess 1

- Troy Twp. tax collector 2 years Kerry Doud 36

- Tuscarora Twp. auditor 4 years Hedwig Chaffee 3

- Ulster Twp. auditor 6 years Andrew Bishop 1

- Ulster Twp. auditor 4 years Frank Walker 1

- Ulster Twp. auditor 2 years Steve Bishop 1

- Warren Twp. auditor 6 years John Hayes 5

- Wyalusing Boro councilman 4 years Gary Rouse 4 **

- Wysox Twp. auditor 6 years Steward Rosengrant 1

- Towanda School Board (Region III) 4 years Mark Gannon 13

- Troy School District (Region I) 4 years Wendy Kupchin 3

** There were three 4-year seats on the Wyalusing Boro Council that were up for election on Nov. 8. Ballot candidate George Anderson won one of the seats and Rouse won the second. There was a tie for the third seat among three individuals, each of whom received 2 write-in votes and each of whom declined to accept the position. Consequently, it will be up to the Wyalusing Boro Council to appoint someone to fill the third council seat.