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Bridgeville area candidates file petitions

| Wednesday, March 20, 2013, 9:01 p.m.

Races for mayor, commissioner and school board seats will highlight the primary election on May 21.

The deadline for Democratic and Republican candidates to file nominating petitions for the primary passed on March 12. Candidates can withdraw their names by March 27.

Independent candidates can file nominating petitions until Aug. 1 and do not need to compete in the primary.

An early look at who's on the ballot in local races:

Bridgeville

MAYOR — vote for one

• Pasquale DeBlasio (R)

• Donald Dolde (D)

• Zaneta Hines (D)

TAX COLLECTOR — vote for one

• Anne Marie Parisi (D)

COUNCIL — vote for four

• William Colussy (R)

• Bruce Ghelarducci Sr. (R)

• Neil Lyons (R)

• Eric Schmidt (R)

• Mark Berton (D)

• Joseph Colosimo Jr. (D)

• William Henderson (D)

• Mary Weise (D)

Chartiers Valley

SCHOOL BOARD — vote for four

• Jeff Choura (Dem/Rep)

• Eric Kraemer (Dem/Rep)

• Anthony Mazzarini Jr. (Dem/Rep)

• Julie Murphy (Dem/Rep)

• Alka Patel (Dem/Rep)

• Debra Rice (Dem/Rep)

Collier

TAX COLLECTOR — vote for one

• Robert Schuler (R)

COMMISSIONER — vote for three

• Wayne Chiurazzi (R)

• Charles Hackett (R)

• Jason Oskamp (R)

• Kevin Vaughn (R)

• Kay Downey-Clarke (D)

• Nichole Kauer (D)

• Mary Ann Cupples Wisniowski (D)

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