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Primary info for North Allegheny, Franklin Park, McCandless, other races

| Tuesday, May 14, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

Voters will go to the polls Tuesday to select nominees for their parties for various local-government positions in this year's primary election.

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Candidates in the local primaries are:

NORTH ALLEGHENY BOARD OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS

All candidates are cross-filed, which means they are seeking nominations from both the Democratic and Republic parties.

Voters may choose up to five people.

Tara Zimmerman Fisher

Daniel E. Hubert

Ash Marwah

Ralph J. Pagone

Scott Russell

Thomas C. Schwartzmier

Gary S. Wenig

BRADFORD WOODS

MAYOR

Republican

Robert J. Murray

No Democrats are on the ballot.

COUNCIL

Voters may choose up to four people.

Republicans

David A. Baldonieri

Charles Coltharp

Barbara Ann Heintz

Victoria Laird-Pongrace

Patricia M. Mirth

Roy A. Wiegand

Democrat

Alisha Hipwell

FRANKLIN PARK

MAYOR

Republican

Dennis E. O'Keefe

No Democrats are on the ballot.

COUNCIL, 1ST WARD

Republican

Jim Hogg

No Democrats are on the ballot.

COUNCIL, 2ND WARD

Republican

Jane Ann Hopey

No Democrats are on the ballot.

COUNCIL, 3RD WARD

Republican

Amy E. Sable

No Democrats are on the ballot.

TAX COLLECTOR

Republican

Linda Avolio

No Democrats are on the ballot.

MARSHALL TOWNSHIP

SUPERVISOR

Voters may choose up to two people.

Republicans

Anthony J. Candek

Philip E. Troy

No Democrats are on the ballot.

TAX COLLECTOR

Republican

Charles Carey

No Democrats are on the ballot.

McCANDLESS

COUNCIL, 2ND WARD

Republican

Gerard J. Aufman Jr.

No Democrats are on the ballot.

COUNCIL, 4TH WARD

Republican

Robert Powers

No Democrats are on the ballot.

COUNCIL, 6TH WARD

Republican

Ralph J. LeDonne

No Democrats are on the ballot.

Positions of election judge and election inspector also are on the primary ballot in various communities.

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