Newtown Township residents voted 639 to 489 to approve a small games of chance referendum.
The referendum will allow nonprofits and other community groups to apply for licenses from the Bucks County Office of the Treasurer. The small games of chance will help the groups raise funds to support their mission.
For the two-year Board of Supervisors seat, Democrat John Mack will face off against Republican businessman Gerry Couch in November.
Democrats Phil Calabro and Linda Bobrin were uncontested for the six-year Board of Supervisor term. It was not clear of as of early Wednesday morning if Republicans Jerry Festa and Laure Gensbauer received enough write-in votes to qualify for the November ballot. The two were removed earlier this spring for not filing paperwork correctly but did appear on signage along with Couch’s name.