Rosado projected to win narrow race for 4th District county seat

ST. JOSEPH COUNTY — In one of the tighter contests of the primary election in St. Joseph County, Luis Rosado is projected to win the Republican nomination for the new Fourth District seat on the St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners.

Rosado, a White Pigeon resident and former Sturgis police officer who was endorsed by outgoing county commissioner Dan Czajkowski, defeated challenger David Hayslip of Constantine by 72 votes in the Republican primary, 680 to 608 in unofficial results. Three write-in votes were tallied.

The Fourth District covers Constantine Township, Mottville Township and White Pigeon Township.

Rosado is projected to run unopposed in the November general election to fill the seat that will be vacated by Czajkowski, who announced earlier this year he would not seek re-election.

Robert Tomlinson can be reached at 279-7488 ext. 22 or robert@threeriversnews.com.

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