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Candidates on ballots for municipal races in the Signal Item coverage area

| Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013, 9:04 p.m.

Bridgeville

Mayor (vote for one)

Pasquale DeBlasio (R)

Donald Dolde (D)

Council (Vote for four)

Neil Lynons (R)

Bill Collusy (R)

Joseph Colosimo Jr. (D)

Bruce Ghelarducci (R)

Eric Schmidt (R)

Bill Henderson (D)

Mary Weise (D)

Mark Berton (D)

Carnegie

Mayor (vote for one)

Jack Kobistek (I)

Council

Ward 1 (Vote for one)

Phil Boyd (D)

Ward 2 (Vote for two)

Rick D'Loss (D)

Pat Catena (D)

Carlynton

School Director

(vote for four)

Antriece Hart (D/R)

Carl Hunt (D/R)

Joe Appel (D/R)

Nyra Schell (D/R)

Chartiers Valley

School director

(vote for four)

Alka Patel (D/R)

Julie Murphy (D/R)

Eric Kraemer (D/R)

Anthony Mazzaini Jr. (D/R)

Collier

Commissioner

(vote for three)

Wayne Chiurazzi (R/D)

Nichole Kauer (D)

Jason Oskamp (R)

Chuck Hackett (R)

Mary Ann Cupples (D)

Bob Schuler (R)

Crafton

Mayor (vote for one)

James Bloom (R/D)

Council (vote for four)

David O'Brien (R)

Nina Amendola (D)

Thomas Phillips (I)

Tim Stewart (R)

Sam Strohm Jr. (D)

Fred Amendola (R/D)

Anastasia Wojda (D)

Tracy Post (D)

Green Tree

Mayor (vote for one)

Edward Schenck (D)

Edward Stewart (R)

Council (vote for four)

Ken Nolte (R)

Dan Gall (D)

Mark Sampogna (D)

David Rea (D)

John Novak (R)

David Lorenzini (R)

Tom Bean Jr. (R)

Kristina Pusateri (D)

Heidelberg

Mayor (vote for one)

Ken LaSota

Council (vote for three)

Carrie Nolan (D)

Ricky Jordan (D)

Richard Pattinato (D)

Raymond Wayne (R)

Rosslyn Farms

Mayor (vote for one)

James Stover

Council (vote for four)

Daniel Harkins (D)

David Robb (R)

Patrick McNamara (R)

Scott

Ward 2

(vote for one)

William Wells (D)

Herb Ohliger (R)

Ward 4

(vote for one)

David Calabria (D)

Ward 6

(vote for one)

David Jason (R)

Ward 8

(vote for one)

Pat Caruso (D)

Ward 9

(vote for one)

Donald Giudici (D)

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