Candidates list for Manor, Penn Twp., Trafford, school board races
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.
PENN-TRAFFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT
• 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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