A Greencastle, Pa., Democrat who mounted a write-in campaign for 90th House District seat in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives appears to have been unsuccessful.
He would have needed 300 votes to appear on ballots for the Nov. 6 general election.
State Rep. Todd Rock, who was first elected in 2006, was unopposed on Republican ballots. He picked up approximately 251 write-in votes from Democrats for the seat.
The 90th House District serves the Waynesboro and Greencastle areas of Franklin County.