Both current Tyrone Borough council members on the ballot re-elected, Stoner and Kosoglow also elected

Four seats on Tyrone Borough Council have terms expiring this year. Two of the current council members decided to run for re-election and wish to retain their seats on council and two council members decided not to run.
Current council members Jennifer Bryan and Steve Hanzir decided to run for re-election to retain their seats on borough council. Since council members Don Boytim and Bill Fink decided not to run, there were two open seats on council.
However, the two candidates running for the two open seats on Tyrone Borough Council are no strangers to borough government. They include former Tyrone Mayor Patricia Stoner and former borough council member Mark Kosoglow. Stoner served two terms as Mayor and won as a write-in candidates her first term in office. Kosoglow was appointed to council for a period of time to complete the term of former council member Sharon Dannaway when she resigned her seat on council to assume the duties of Tyrone Borough Manager.
Unlike the Tyrone School Board candidates, the candidates for Tyrone Borough Council did not cross file in this election. Bryan and Stoner were on the Democratic ballot and Hanzir and Kosoglow were on the Republican ballot.
The results on the Democratic ballot, including the number of votes and percent of votes received are as follows: Jennifer Bryan -166 votes – 56.08 percent and Patricia Stoner – 127 – 42.91 percent.
The results on the Republican ballot, including the number of votes and percent of votes received are as follows: Steve Hanzir – 378 – 49.08 percent and Mark Kosoglow – 351 – 45.58 percent.
Unless unexpected write-in candidates are involved in the November general election, the November election will basically just be a formality for Bryan, Stoner, Hanzir, and Kosoglow, and they will all be either retaining their seats or joining Tyrone Borough Council.