Hat tip to Ballot Access News for the story.
(excerpt from) The York Daily Record
Write-ins beat candidates on ballot in some towns
In Franklintown, the mayor ran a write-in campaign and won with just one vote.
By Teresa Ann Boeckel
In a few races around York County, write-in winners edged out candidates on the ballot during the Nov. 3 election.
In Franklintown, Mayor James Adams won with 52 write-ins, beating Republican Dennis Palmer by one vote…In Yoe, tax collector Connie Crull won as a write-in, garnering 112 votes to Joan Schall’s 20…
…Voters cast more than 11,000 write-ins during the Nov. 3 election.
Here are some serious and not-so-serious write-ins for several races:
Court of Common Pleas Judge: Andrea Marceca Strong, Michael Flannelly, Bruce Blocher, John Ogden, Susan Emmons, None of the above and John Wayne.
District attorney: Stan Rebert, Edward Paskey, Anybody but Tom, Bill Graff, Charlie Robertson, Santa Claus and Christy Fawcett.
Dover Area School District: Holy Ghost, God, and The Messiah.
Central York School District: Michelle Obama, No more tax increases and Cut taxes
Hallam borough council: Buck, my cat; Ella, my cat; Ginger, my cat.