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North Allegheny area has races on ballot

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Here's a look at who is running for municipal positions in Bradford Woods, Franklin Park, Marshall Township and McCandless and seats on the North Allegheny School Board.

Bradford Woods mayor

4 years, 1 seat

Robert J. Murray (R)

Bradford Woods council

4 years, 4 seats

David A. Baldonieri (R)

Charles Coltharp (R)

Victoria Laird-Pongrace (R)

Roy A. Wiegand (R)

Franklin Park mayor

4 years, 1 seat

Dennis E. O'Keefe (D/R)

Franklin Park tax collector

4 years, 1 seat

Linda Avolio (R)

Franklin Park council Ward 1

4 years, 1 seat

Jim Hogg (R)

Franklin Park council Ward 2

4 years, 1 seat

Jane Ann Hopey (D/R)

Franklin Park council Ward 3

4 years, 1 seat

Amy E. Sable (D/R)

Marshall Township supervisor

6 years, two seats

Anthony J. Candek (D/R)

Philip E. Troy (D/R)

Marshall Township tax collector

4 years, 1 seat

Charles Carey (D/R)

McCandless council Ward 2

4 years, 1 seat

Gerard J. Aufman Jr. (R)

McCandless council Ward 4

4 years, 1 seat

Robert Powers (R)

McCandless Council Ward 6

4 years, 1 seat

Ralph J. LeDonne (R)

North Allegheny school director

4 years, 4 seats

Daniel E. Hubert (D)

Ralph J. Pagone (D/R)

Scott Russell (D/R)

Thomas C. Schwartzmier (R)

Tara Zimmerman Fisher (D/R)

2 years, 1 seat

Kevin Mahler (I)

Gary S. Wenig (R)

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Mark Wolosik, manager of the Allegheny County Elections Division, said he expects about 25 percent of registered voters to go to the polls Nov. 5.

“It's consistent with previous municipal elections,” Wolosik said. “It is what it is.”

Allegheny County has races for county council seats in Districts 1, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9 and 12.

Four Court of Common Pleas judges will be elected, and six are up for retention votes.

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Nov. 5.

To verify polling locations in Allegheny County, see www.alleghenycounty.us/elect.

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