Cadidates list for Crafton, Carnegie, Scott, neighboring communities' races
Mayor: Donald Dolde (D) and Pasquale DeBlasio (R)
Tax collector: Anne Marie Parisi Kean (D), Kevin Biber (D), Lynn Ann Fink (R) and Anne Riday Beck (R)
Council (four seats): Mark Berton (D), Joseph Colosimo Jr. (D), William Colussy (R), Bruce Ghelarducci (R), William Henderson (D), Neil Lyons (R), Eric Schmidt (R) and Mary Weise
Mayor: Mike Sarsfield (D)
Council, Ward 1: Phil Boyd (D) and Robert Veres (D)
Council, Ward 2: Pat Catena (D) and Rick D'Loss (D)
Mayor: James Bloom (R)
Council (four seats, four-year term): David O'Brien (R), Timothy Stewart (R), Fred Amendola (D), Nina Amendola (D), Michael Crown (D), Regis Patton Jr. (D), Tracy Post (D) and Anastasia Wojda (D)
Council (one seat, two-year term): Samuel Strohm (D)
Tax collector (one seat): Robert Schuler (R)
Commissioner (three seats): Wayne Chiurazzi (R), Charles Hacket (R), Jason Oskamp (R), Kevin Vaughn (R), Nichole Kauer (D) and Mary Ann Cupples Wisniowski (D)
School board (four seats): Joseph Appel (D/R), Antriece Hart (D/R), Carl Hunt (D/R) and Nyra Schell (D/R)
School board (four seats): Jeff Choura (D/R), Eric Kraemer (D/R), Anthony Mazzarini Jr. (D/R), Julie Murphy (D/R), Alk Patel (D/R) and Debra Rice (D/R)
Mayor: Edward Stewart (R) and Edward Schenck (D)
Council (four seats): Tom Bean Jr. (R), David Lorenzini (R), Robert McWilliams (R), Kenneth Nolte (R), John Novak (R), David Rea (R), Daniel Gall (D), Kristina Pusateri (D) and Mark Sampogna (D)
Mayor: Kenneth LaSota (R)
Tax collector: Ted Gazda (D)
Council (three seats): Raymond Wayne (R), Ricky Jordan (D), Raymond Losego (D), Thomas Russell Musgrove (D), Carrie Nolan (D) and Richard Pattinato (D)
Mayor: James Stover (R)
Tax collector: Edward Adams (R)
Council (four seats): Patrick McNamara (R), David Robb (R) and Daniel Harkins (D)
Tax collector: Lisa Riley (D)
Commissioner, Ward 2 (one seat): Herb Ohliger (R), Terrance Cassidy Sr. (D) and William Wells (D)
Commissioner, Ward 4 (one seat): David Calabra (D)
Commissioner, Ward 6 (one seat): David Jason (R)
Commissioner, Ward 8 (one seat): Pat Caruso (D)
Commissioner, Ward 9 (one seat): Donald Giudici (D)
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