Maitland loses in 91st District

May 17, 2006|From Staff reports


On a night that proved troublesome for incumbents, challenger Dan Moul edged incumbent Stephen Maitland for the Republican nomination to the 91st District of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives with all of Adams County's 31 precincts included in unofficial primary election results.

Moul garnered 2,776 votes compared to Maitland's 2,265 in preliminary election results from Adams County.

Democrat Patrick L. Naugle had 1,696 votes for the same seat, while fellow party member Alan Henry totaled 1,122 in the unofficial results.

Most of the 91st House District is in southern Adams County, but Franklin County has two of the district's precincts - one each in Guilford and Quincy townships.


In Franklin County, Maitland took both Quincy Four and Guilford Five, tallying 39 votes to 15 for Moul, not enough to affect the race.

Moul, 46, is a self-employed businessman who specializes in the renovation of properties for resale or rental. A resident of Conewago Township, he is married with two daughters and is active in the nonprofit organization People Who Care Inc.

Naugle, 57, is an adjunct instructor at Eastern University and has been involved with several environmental groups in Adams County. A resident of Gettysburg, Pa., he is married with two children and three grandchildren.

Maitland, 43, of Gettysburg, was first elected to the House in 1992.

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