Candidates list for Plum races
Candidates for Plum offices
The following candidates have filed their nomination petitions to run for office in Tuesday's primary. The top vote-getters will advance to the general election on Nov. 5:
Mayor (Vote for one; four-year term)
• Christine Scardina-Gazzo (R)
• Dave Majernik (R)
• Joe Tommarello (R)
• Rich Hrivnak (D)
Tax Collector (Vote for one; four-year term)
• Harry Schlegel (R)
• Jeff Russo (D)
Council (Vote for four; four-year terms)
• Michael Dell (R)
• Michael Doyle (R)
• Keith Nowalk (R)
• Leonard Szarmach (R)
• Paul Dern (D)
• Ron Gancas (D)
• Michael Guida (D)
• Dave Vento (D)
School Board (Vote for four; four year terms — all candidates are cross-filed and appear on both ballots)
• Sal Colella
• Andrew Drake
• Kevin Dowdell
• Jim Rogers
• Dawn Lynn Check
• Michelle Stepnick
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