Del Collo wins prothonotary; Hess re-elected as coroner

Treasurer Dennis Adams ran unopposed

READING, Pa. - Three of Berks County's row officers will be staying in place for the next four years.

Coroner Dennis Hess, a Democrat, won election to a fourth term in office, having defeated Republican James Wilson, a retired police officer who once worked as a deputy in the coroner's office.

Acting Prothonotary and Republican Jonathan Del Collo held off a challenge from Democrat Osmer Deming to win his first election. Del Collo, who long served as chief deputy prothonotary, assumed the acting role upon the retirement of Marianne Sutton.

Treasurer Dennis Adams ran unopposed in his first bid for re-election.

You can click here to find complete election results for Berks County.

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