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Primary info for Irwin, North Huntingdon, North Irwin races

| Tuesday, May 14, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

The polls open at 7 a.m. Tuesday for the primary election and close at 8 p.m. Voters are not required to show identification to cast a ballot; however, poll workers are permitted to ask for a valid form of identification.

Polling Places

IRWIN

• 1st Ward: Irwin Manor, 100 Western Ave.

• 2nd Ward: Irwin Public Works Building, 1 First St.

• 3rd Ward: First Presbyterian Church, 617 Main St.

• 4th Ward: First Presbyterian Church, 617 Main St.

• 5th Ward: Calvary Baptist Church, 101 Caruthers Lane.

• 6th Ward: Calvary Baptist Church, 101 Caruthers Lane.

• 7th Ward: JB's Bright Beginnings, 780 Brush Hill Road.

NORTH IRWIN

• North Irwin Town Hall, 21 Second St.

NORTH HUNTINGDON

• Ward 1-1: Westmoreland City Volunteer Fire Department, 8651 Broadway St.

• Ward 1-2: Shafton fire hall, 681 Jackson Ave.

• Ward 1-3: Straw Pump fire hall, 130 Thompson Lane.

• Ward 1-4: Sheridan Terrace Elementary School, 1219 Morris Ave.

• Ward 2-1: Fairmont-Hahntown Volunteer Fire Department, 890 Rose St.

• Ward 2-2: Fairmont-Hahntown Volunteer Fire Department, 890 Rose St.

• Ward 2-3: Norwin Alliance Church, 10583 Fairview Drive.

• Ward 3-1: Sunset Valley Elementary School, 11605 Dickens Drive.

• Ward 3-2: Lutheran Church of Our Savior, 1570 Clay Pike.

• Ward 4-1: Calvin Presbyterian Church, 260 Maus Drive.

• Ward 4-2: Christ Methodist Church, 2800 Coulterville Road.

• Ward 4-3: Christ Methodist Church, 2800 Coulterville Road.

• Ward 4-4: Calvin Presbyterian Church, 260 Maus Drive.

• Ward 5-1: Penn's Woods Civic Association, 860 Colonial Manor Road.

• Ward 5-2: Penn's Woods Civic Association, 860 Colonial Manor Road.

• Ward 5-3: New Hope Presbyterian Church, 12727 Lincoln Way.

• Ward 6-1: Sheridan Terrace Elementary School, 1218 Morris Ave.

• Ward 6-2: Friendship Baptist Church, 411 Woodall Ave.

• Ward 6-3: North Huntingdon Township Townhouse, 11279 Center Highway.

• Ward 6-4: Circleville Volunteer Fire Department, 129 Robbins Station Road.

• Ward 7-1: Hartford Heights Volunteer Fire Department, 14335 Route 30.

• Ward 7-2: Ardara United Presbyterian Church, 3380 Nehrig Hill Road.

• Ward 7-3: Penn's Woods Civic Association, 860 Colonial Manor Road.

• Ward 7-4: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church, 200 Leger Road.

Candidates include

IRWIN

COUNCIL (four seats, four-year term)

Democrat: Phyllis Thiem

Republican: John Cassandro, Gail Macioce, Peggie Watson

MAYOR (one seat, four-year term)

Democrat: Daniel T. Rose

TAX COLLECTOR (one seat, four-year term)

Democrat: Lois Bennett

Republican: Len Cole

NORTH HUNTINGDON

2nd WARD COMMISSIONER (one seat, four-year term)

Democrat: Anthony Gockel

Republican: Zachary Haigis

4th WARD COMMISSIONER (one seat, four-year term)

Republican: Rich Gray

6th WARD COMMISSIONER (one seat, four-year term)

Democrat: Thomas G. Kraus

TAX COLLECTOR (one seat, four-year term)

Democrat: Shelley R. Buchanan

NORTH IRWIN

COUNCIL (four seats, four-year term, and one seat, two year term)

No candidates filed.

MAYOR (one seat, four-year term)

Republican: James Douglas

TAX COLLECTOR (one seat, four-year term)

Democrat: Maureen LaVerde

NORWIN SCHOOL DISTRICT

SCHOOL DIRECTOR (four seats, four-year term)

Democrat/Republican: Brandon Ames, Gary Brozek, Robert Eagleson, Becky Gediminskas, Al Lynn, Del P. Nolfi Jr., Jerry O'Donnell, Don Rhodes, John J. Russo, Barbara Viola

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