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Candidates list for Manor, Penn Twp., Trafford, school board races

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Here are the candidates for local office on the primary ballot. Registered Democrats can only vote for Democrats. Registered Republicans can vote for only Republican candidates.


• School board Region 1 (one seat, four-year term; both candidates are cross-filed): Sallie Bradley and Martin Stovar

• School board Region 2 (two seats, four-year term; all candidates are cross-filed): Richard Niemiec, Harry A. Smith and Patrick Jay Tray

• School board Region 3 (one seat, four-year term; all candidates are cross-filed): Toni M. Ising, Michael M. Morocco Sr. and Tim Wilson


• Mayor (four-year term): Jeremy Dixon (R)

• Tax collector (four-year term): Michael N. Radakovich (D)

• Council (four seats, four-year term): Bruce W. Hartman Jr. (R), Steve Ira (R) and James A. Morgan (R)


• Tax collector (four-year term): Larry Wojcik (R)

• Township commissioner, 2nd ward (one seat, four-year term): Edward Sullivan (R) and John Beech (D)

• Township commissioner, 4th ward (one seat, four-year term): Timothy M. Gwynn (R) and MaryBeth Kuznik (D)


• Mayor (four-year term): Reynold A. Peduzzi (R)

• Tax collector (four-year term): James Kerrigan (D)

Council (four seats, four-year term): Brian A. Ellicker (R), Richard Laird (R), Peter J. Ledwich (D), Cheryl Petersen (D), John Race (D), Henry Schultz (D) and Casey L. Shoub Sr. (D)

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