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Candidates list: Penn-Trafford School Board, neighboring races

| Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

Here is the list of candidates for the Penn-Trafford School Board and local municipal office who are seeking your vote on Tuesday.

In addition to these races, voters can cast ballots in two judicial elections, judicial-retention questions and for various county-level offices.

School board Region 1

Winner receives a four-year term.

Toni M. Ising, who appears on both ballots, is the only candidate.

School board Region 2

Two winners receive a four-year term.

Patrick Jay Tray and Richard Niemiec, who appear on both ballots, are the only candidates.

School board Region 3

Winner receives a four-year term.

Martin Stovar, who appears on both ballots, is the only candidate.

Manor mayor

Jeremy Dixon, Republican, is the lone candidate for the four-year term.

Manor tax collector

Michael N. Radakovich, who appears on both ballots, is the lone candidate for the four-year term.

Manor Council

Vote for no more than four. Winners receive a four-year term.

Republican: Bruce W. Hartman Jr., James A. Morgan, Steve Ira, Michael Matrisch.

Democrat: Michael Matrisch.

Penn Township commissioner Ward 2

Winner receives a four-year term.

Republican: Edward Sullivan.

Democrat: John Beech.

Penn Township commissioner Ward 4

Winner receives a four-year term.

Republican: Timothy M. Gwynn.

Democrat: Marybeth Kuznik.

Penn Townshiptax collector

Larry Wojcik, who is on both ballots, is the lone candidate for the four-year term.

Trafford mayor

Winner receives a four-year term.

Republican: Reynold Peduzzi

Democrat: Mary Dobos.

Trafford Council

Vote for no more than four. Winners receive a four-year term.

Republican: Brian A. Ellicker, Richard Laird.

Democrat: Peter J. Ledwich, Casey L. Shoub Sr., John Race, Henry Schultz.

Vote for one. Winner receives a two-year term.

Republican: Kris Cardiff.

Democrat: Henry Schultz.

Trafford tax collector

James Kerrigan is the lone candidate for the four-year term.

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