As Bucks Democrats came out in larger numbers for Tuesday’s statewide election, many local seats turned blue as well.

Notably, Republican seats in Bensalem remained unchanged. Also, an Independent emerged victorious in Bristol Borough.

Below are the outcomes for several key Lower Bucks races. Candidates are listed with party affiliation in descending order of votes. Winners are bolded.

Falls Township

  • Jeff Boraski (D) – 4,012
  • Joan M. Graves (R) – 2,604

Middletown Township

  • Anna Payne (D) – 6,399
  • Dawn Quirple (D) – 5,850
  • H. George Leonhauser (R) – 5,507
  • Pat Mallon (R) – 5,256

Yardley Borough

  • Kim Segal-Morris (D) – 558
  • Patrick McGovern (D) – 532
  • John McCann (D) – 555
  • Bryon Marshall (R) – 475
  • Dan Mohn (R) – 470
  • Ryan Berry (R) – 441

Bensalem Township

  • Joe Knowles (R) – 6,978 
  • Ed Kisselback, Jr. (R) – 6,818
  • Angela Cacchio (D) – 6,505
  • Bryan F. Allen (D) – 6,385

Lower Makefield Township

  • Suzanne Blundi (D) – 5,952
  • James McCartney (D) – 5,514
  • Jeffrey Hall-Gale (R) – 4,067
  • Claire Fischer (R) – 3,890

Bristol Borough (North)

  • Tony Devine (I) – 293
  • Danny Pasciullo (D) – 281