Republican incumbent won a full six-year supervisor term in Upper Macungie Township Tuesday, defeating Democratic challenger .
Rader, a Breinigsville resident, was appointed to fill a vacancy on the township's in 2006 and elected to the unexpired term in 2007.
The , which are unofficial until certified by the county's Board of Electors, showed Rader, showed the incumbent ahead by a 67 percent to 33 percent margin.
"I'm thrilled. I feel really good. It's been a tough campaign," Rader told Patch. "I'm happy to have to won. I'll continue to work hard for the people of Upper Macungie Township. I'll continue to watch the spending and continue to work to keep up the quality of life we all deserve."