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Candidates list: Bridgeville mayoral, council elections highlight local races

| Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013, 9:04 p.m.

Bridgeville

Mayor

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Pasquale DeBlasio (R)

Donald Dolde (D)

Council

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Neil Lynons (R)

Bill Colussy (R)

Joseph Colosimo Jr. (D)

Bruce Ghelarducci (R)

Eric Schmidt (R)

Bill Henderson (D)

Mary Weise (D)

Mark Berton (D)

Chartiers Valley

school director

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Alka Patel (R/D)

Julie Murphy (R/D)

Eric Kraemer (R/D)

Anthony Mazzaini Jr. (R/D)

Collier

commissioner

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Wayne Chiurazzi (R/D)

Nichole Kauer (D)

Jason Oskamp (R)

Chuck Hackett (R)

Mary Ann Cupples (D)

Scott

Ward 2 commissioner

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William Wells (D)

Herb Ohliger (R)

Ward 4 commissioner

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David Calabria (D)

Ward 6 commissioner

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David Jason (R)

Ward 8 commissioner

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Pat Caruso (D)

Ward 9 commissioner

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Donald Giudici (D)

South Fayette Township

commissioner

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Marsha McFalls (D)

Jessica Cardillo (R)

South Fayette School District

school director

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Leonard Fornella (R/D)

William Newcomer (R/D)

Alan Vezzi (R/D)

Jennifer Iriti (R/D)

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