Godshall Wins Re-Election in District 53 in Montco

Incumbent Republican Robert Godshall has held his seat in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives since 1982

Update 11:43 p.m.

Incumbent Republican Rep. Robert Godshall has won re-election to the Pennsylvania 53rd District.

Unofficial tallies from Montgomery County, with all 35 precincts reporting, show Godshall with 17,068 votes to Democrat Mick Wynne's 11,039 votes.

Godshall, a native of Souderton and alumnus of Souderton High School, was first elected to the state House of Representatives in 1982. He chairs the House Consumer Affairs Committee.

Update 10:43 p.m.

Godshall remains ahead of Wynne, with 17 of 35 precincts reporting.

Godshall has 10,701 unofficial votes to Democrat Wynne's 7,455 votes.

Earlier Story

With about 35 percent of precincts reporting, incumbent Republican in the Pennsylvania General Assembly 53rd District Robert Godshall is ahead of Democratic challenger Mick Wynne, according to unofficial Montgomery County election results.

In 13 of 35 precincts reporting, Godshall has 7,386 votes to Wynne's 5,811 votes


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