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Primary Primer: Your Guide to Tuesday’s Election

Monday, May 20, 2019 @ 12:05 AM

Posted by Aly Delp

shutterstock_1239383353Here’s a last-minute look at who’s on the ballot in Tuesday’s Primary Election.

(ExploreClarion.com Town Hall Photos by Dave Cyphert of ProPoint Media Photography. For more photos and to buy prints, click here.)

WHERE DO I GO TO VOTE?

Department of State Polling Place Search Tool

WHAT HOURS ARE THE POLLS OPEN?

Polls are open on election day from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

WHERE CAN I GET MORE INFO?

 

VotesPA Homepage
Vote411.org
Clarion County Elections/Voters Registration
Forest County Bureau of Elections
Jefferson County Election Info
Venango County Election Information

DO I HAVE TO SHOW ID TO VOTE?

 

If you are a new voter or if you are voting at a polling place for the first time, then you must bring your voter ID card or a photo ID such as a driver’s license, student ID or some other form of Federal or State government issued ID. Some forms of non-photo ID are also acceptable such as a firearm permit, current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, or government check. If you do not have any acceptable ID, then you must be allowed to vote by provisional ballot.

If you are not a new voter and are not voting at your polling place for the first time, you are NOT required to bring or provide identification.

WHO’S ON THE BALLOT?

 

PENNSYLVANIA SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE

Amanda Green Hawkins – Democratic
Daniel D. McCaffery – Democratic
Megan McCarthy King – Republican
Christylee Peck – Republican
Beth Tarasi – Democratic
Rebecca Warren – Republican

CLARION COUNTY COMMON PLEAS JUDGE – 10-year term

Mark Aaron (Democratic/Republican)

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Mark Aaron, Clarion County’s five-term District Attorney, has served Clarion County for 25 years, first as Public Defender. He tried 117 jury trials in Clarion and surrounding counties including seven homicide cases as both prosecutor and defense attorney.

Aaron said his decision to run for the upcoming court vacancy would be “a continuation of his work on behalf of Clarion County citizens.”

“After prayer and deep reflection, my family and I have decided to ask you, the voters to allow me to continue this work as Clarion County’s next judge—serving in the same courtroom—but serving not as a litigant or the Commonwealth, but justice, and the people of Clarion County,” he said.

As judge, Aaron has pledged a renewed urgency to modernize the court calling for “creative solutions to sentencing and probation supervision so when people make the choice to get off drugs our justice system can help them not only become productive citizens again but rejoin their families as mothers, fathers and sons and daughters.” The approach is based on Aaron’s belief in “balancing justice with mercy when possible.”

Aaron is a graduate of Clarion—Limestone High School. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from IUP and earned his Juris Doctor degree from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh.

Aaron was born and raised in Limestone Township and now lives in Frogtown with his wife, Dew—the owner of “Dimples Delights by Dew”—a specialty bakery in downtown Clarion. Mark is an avid hunter and outdoorsman who has enjoyed mentoring his three nephews, Zack, Michael, and Nicholas. Mark is a co-owner of the Aaron farm in Crates—a family operation that has remained in his family for two hundred years.

Mark is a member of the National Rifle Association, is pro-life, and a strong advocate against domestic violence against women and children. He is a member of St. Nicholas Church in Crates.

For more information, go to https://aaronforjudge.com.

Sara Seidle-Patton (Democratic/Republican)

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A graduate of Duquesne University School of Law, Seidle-Patton began her legal career as Assistant District Attorney for Clarion County and has maintained private law offices in New Bethlehem since 2006 and Clarion since 2008. Seidle Law P.C. has since grown to employ two additional attorneys, Ashley L. Urik, Esq. and Christy A. Logue, Esq., and support staff, Rachel R. Kundick and Connie Slagle. Seidle-Patton’s practice focuses on real estate matters, business law, municipal law, estate planning, and administration. Seidle-Patton has litigated cases in multiple courts throughout Western Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Superior Court. She serves as solicitor for several municipalities throughout Clarion County and Assistant County Solicitor, working with the Clarion County Commissioners on various legal matters.

Of her decision to run for judge, Seidle-Patton said, “The depth of my professional legal experience uniquely positions me to fulfill the duties of Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Clarion County.”

Seidle-Patton works in Clarion County’s court system by serving as the County’s Juvenile Public Defender and Domestic Relations Hearing Officer. She is court-appointed counsel in Children and Youth Services cases and has served as chairperson of the Board of Viewers for property cases. She also serves as a Master in real estate and divorce proceedings and is the Post Conviction Relief Act attorney for Clarion County. For more detailed information on Seidle-Patton’s career, visit the campaign website at www.seidlepattonforjudge.com or the facebook page www.facebook.com/saraseidlepattonforjudge.

Seidle-Patton currently resides on a farm in Clarion Township with her husband, Michael Patton, and their daughter, Samantha. She was born and raised in Clarion and is a graduate of Clarion Area High School. She attended Mercyhurst College in Erie, studying journalism and political science, and worked as a staff writer for The Leader Vindicator in New Bethlehem before enrolling in Duquesne University School of Law in 2003.

In addition to her professional and personal life, Seidle-Patton is involved in numerous community activities. She currently serves as Vice President of the Clarion Free Library board of directors, President of the Immaculate Conception PTO, and a board member of the Clarion Hospital Foundation. Seidle-Patton, her husband, Michael, and their daughter, Samantha, were the United Way annual campaign family in 2012. Seidle-Patton is a past board member of the Redbank Valley Chamber of Commerce, Redbank Renaissance in New Bethlehem, and the Clarion County Area Agency on Aging, now acting as solicitor for the agency. Sara Seidle-Patton is a parishioner at Immaculate Conception Church in Clarion where she is a Eucharistic Minister and a member of the Finance Council.

For more detailed information on Seidle-Patton’s career, visit the campaign website at www.seidlepattonforjudge.com.

Erich Spessard (Democratic/Republican)

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Erich Spessard has served as Chief Public Defender since 2013, providing the best constitutionally-required representation possible for defendants. He has personally managed over 1,000 criminal cases without the assistance of investigators, detectives, or associates. He also serves on the Criminal Justice Advisory Board, the Drug and Alcohol Treatment Court team, and the Behavioral Health Court team to improve the judicial system for the entire county.

He attended Clarion University and earned his law degree at William and Mary Law School. He worked for a short while at the Allegheny County Public Defender’s office and decided to return to Clarion to plant his “roots.”

“A judge must represent the steadfast values and principles of the community. It is not a position to be taken lightly. I greatly admire Judge James Arner and I truly believe he is the epitome of an impartial arbiter who consistently acts as the conscience of our county. I sincerely hope to continue the tradition of Judge Arner and those that served before him,” Spessard said.

“I dedicated nearly all my legal career to the betterment of Clarion County. I have served with distinction as Chief Public Defender since 2013, providing the best constitutionally-required representation possible for defendants. I have personally managed over 1,000 criminal cases without the assistance of investigators, detectives, or associates. I am privileged to serve on the Criminal Justice Advisory Board, the Drug and Alcohol Treatment Court team, and the Behavioral Health Court team to improve the judicial system for the entire county.”

“Public defender, much like judge, demands an unflinching work ethic to keep up with the large caseload and to ensure exceptional quality work. It demands integrity — doing what is right even when it is not easy or popular. It demands leadership — making tough choices and setting an example for what is just. It demands compassion — viewing everyone with fairness and honesty, no matter who they are or where they came from. All of these qualities are part of my character — the core of who I am.

“I am dedicated to Clarion County. It is my home. The son of a veteran, I moved around quite a bit before I chose to attend Clarion University. After William and Mary Law School and working at the Allegheny County Public Defender’s office, I chose Clarion as the place I wanted to work and plant my roots.

“I have lived here for nearly a decade, and I owe all of my happiness to this amazing community. My wife Miranda and I live in Clarion with our dogs, Storm and Nebula. Our first child is on the way and we look forward to raising our family here. I spend my spare time giving back through the United Way, the ARC, the Rotary Club of Clarion County, and the Clarion Hospital Health Services Board. Miranda is involved in numerous organizations including the Clarion Area Young Professionals and Friends of the Clarion Library.

To learn more about Spessard’s campaign, visit www.erichspessard.com.

CLARION COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY – 4-year term

Maria Battista (Republican)

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Battista has over 15 years of legal experience in civil, criminal, and administrative law and is a former Assistant District Attorney. She is also a skilled mediator and public speaker. As a Commonwealth attorney, Battista was counsel in the Departments of Health and State. For three years, Battista was a hearing examiner where she presided over hundreds of cases, including for the Department of Corrections and Probation and Parole. Those who know her best have found her to have a strong legal mind, while still showing compassion. Battista’s professional background includes teaching several communication and criminal justice courses, including at Clarion University. Additionally, she has been a presenter for continuing legal education courses in mediation, oral arguments before appellate courts, and health care matters.

Battista plans to use her diverse legal and educational background to establish a District Attorney’s office that is efficient, accountable, and transparent. She will also make herself available to the community for legal presentations and collaborative committees. Strong relationships with law enforcement, local agencies, and community partners will be paramount.

“One of the first things I will do as District Attorney is to listen to those who work with the District Attorney’s office to evaluate what has worked, what has not, and how things can be improved. In order to make our communities safer, successful programs in other counties will be examined to determine if they should be adopted in Clarion County. It is important for individuals with mental illness or drug/alcohol addiction, or those who have experienced trauma to receive treatment sooner,” Battista said.

Battista is committed to working closely with school districts, health care facilities, and other agencies to ensure people of all ages understand how the criminal justice system can impact them.

Battista said, “If elected District Attorney of Clarion County, I would effectively represent its citizens while upholding the highest standards of legal ethics to ascertain the truth and seek justice. Victims’ rights will be protected. My obligation each day will be to do the right thing in the best interest of the citizens of Clarion County and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.”

Battista, a graduate of Keystone High School and Clarion University, obtained her law degree from Ohio Northern University and has a Doctorate in Education Leadership from the University of Pittsburgh. She also holds a master’s degree from Westminster College. Battista is a member of the Safe and Effective Prescribing Practices Task Force with the Department of Health and the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs. Battista is a former Vice Chair and State Committee member of the Clarion County Republican Committee. She is a past President of the Clarion County Bar Association.

Beyond her profession, Battista enjoys bicycling the trails around Clarion and Venango Counties, kayaking on Kahle Lake or the Clarion River, hiking, playing the piano, and spending time with her two sons, Joey and James. Battista can be contacted at: BattistaforDA@gmail.com.

Visit Battista’s website at: BattistaforDA.com or Facebook page at:
https://www.facebook.com/BattistaforDA/.

Drew Welsh (Republican)

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Drew Welsh has served for the last eight years as Clarion County Assistant District Attorney.

He is a graduate of Western Michigan University and earned his law degree from the University of Pittsburgh.

During his time as assistant district attorney, Welsh said he has prosecuted every type of criminal case and won guilty verdicts at jury trials for crimes such as a drive-by shooting, assaulting a pregnant woman and her unborn child, attempted murder, rape of a child, and many more.

“I am running for District Attorney because I want a safe community for my children and all who live here,” stated Welsh.

“Clarion County deserves someone who will stand tall for them against the rapists, abusers, and drug dealers. I will stand tall for you. I will stand tall for justice.

“Everybody knows drugs are a huge issue, and we are doing everything we can to make sure our children are not harmed and be exposed and hold accountable people that are bringing drugs into Clarion County.

“Protecting the elderly is also a priority. Children and the elderly are often the most susceptible to be victimized. We need to be working on people who exploit those who are vulnerable is a priority.”

Welsh’s experience goes beyond trials and includes serving as a juvenile prosecutor and spearheading the creation of a Multi-Disciplinary Investigative Team (MDIT) consisting of the District Attorney’s Office, CYS, police agencies, and other stakeholders.  Its goal is to increase communication between agencies to ensure no child abuse case falls through the cracks.

If elected as district attorney, he plans to continue working with the Clarion Narcotics Enforcement Team (CNET), along with state and local law enforcement to fight this issue.   Welsh also stated that if he is elected District Attorney, people who bring drugs into our community and continue to spread poison like heroin and methamphetamine will be held accountable.

Welsh believes the District Attorney’s office should focus on violent crime.  He has taken the lead on prosecuting sexual offenses, child abuse, assaults, and domestic violence.  Often the most difficult cases are sexual offenses, particularly against children. He has taken these cases to trial and obtained convictions.  “I’m not afraid of a challenge.  I don’t turn my back when things get tough.”

For more Welsh information got to https://www.facebook.com/WelshForDA/.

CLARION COUNTY COMMISSIONER – 4-year term (3 to be elected)

Wayne Brosius (Republican)

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Ed Heasley (Democratic)

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Ted Tharan (Republican)

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Kirke Wise (Republican)

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Braxton White (Democratic) (write-in candidate)

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MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT JUDGE, DISTRICT 18-3-03 – 6-year term

Damien Avery (Republican) of Elk Township

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Russell J. Cataldo II (Democratic/Republican) of Knox

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Garrett Tharan (Democratic /Republican) of Knox

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Melissa Fulton (Democratic /Republican) of Ashland Township

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Jarah Heeter (Democratic/Republican) of Shippenville

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Michelle Magness (Republican) of Elk Township

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Rodney L. Sherman (Republican) of Salem Township

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MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT JUDGE, DISTRICT 18-3-04 – 6-year term

Jeffrey C. Miller (Democratic /Republican)

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Michelle Shelley Ritzler (Democratic /Republican)

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CLARION COUNTY REGISTER RECORDER – 4-year term

Greg Mortimer (Republican)

CLARION COUNTY TREASURER – 4-year term

Tom McConnell (Republican)

CLARION COUNTY PROTHONOTARY – 4-year term

Jeff Himes (Republican)

CLARION COUNTY AUDITORS – 4-year term (3 to be elected)

Pamela Zahoran (Democrat)
Sue Leonard (Republican)
Jolene Weaver Frampton (Republican)

MUNICIPAL OFFICES

Ashland Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Township Auditor 4 yr term

Township Auditor 2 yr term

Beaver Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

James Weeter – Republican

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Brady Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Township Supervisor 2 yr term

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Township Auditor 2 yr term

Township Tax Collector 2 yr term

Callensburg Borough

Borough Council 4 yr term (3 to be elected)

Borough Council 2 yr term (3 to be elected)

Borough Auditor 6 yr term

Borough Auditor 4 yr term

Tax Collector 2 yr term

Clarion Borough

Borough Council 4 yr term (3 to be elected)

Brenda Sanders Dede – Democratic
LouAnn Steiner – Democratic
Carol Lapinto – Republican

Clarion Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Bergen C Dilley – Republican

Township Auditor 6 yr term

East Brady Borough

Borough Council 4 yr term (4 to be elected)

Joseph D Hillwig – Democratic
Barbara Mortimer – Democratic

Elk Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Dave Polatty – Republican
Keith Etzel – Republican

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Township Auditor 2 yr term

Foxburg Borough

Borough Council 4 yr term (3 to be elected)

Borough Council 2 yr term

Judy Fleming – Democratic
Rebecca Ann Gates – Republican

Farmington Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

David Crise – Republican

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Hawthorn Borough

Borough Council 4 yr term (3 to be elected)

Bryan Watkins – Republican
Jennifer Beamer – Republican

Borough Council 2 yr term

Borough Auditor 6 yr term

Borough Auditor 4 yr term

Borough Auditor 2 yr term

Highland Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Township Auditor 4 yr term

Knox Borough

Borough Council 4 yr term (4 to be elected)

Linda Ann Runyan – Democratic
Harold E Bud Price – Republican
Carl S Salser – Republican
Jack Bish Jr – Republican

Borough Auditor 6 yr term

Borough Auditor 4 yr term

Borough Auditor 2 yr term

Knox Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Gerald D Wolbert – Democratic

Township Supervisor 4 yr term

Linda Steiner Mander – Republican

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Lee A Dechant – Republican

Township Auditor 4 yr term

William J Schmader – Republican

1 Township Auditor 2 yr term

Licking Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Len M Elder – Republican

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Township Auditor 4 yr term

Tax Collector 2 yr term

Mendy M Stewart – Republican

Limestone Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Eugene Smith – Republican

Township Supervisor 2 yr term

Rex B Cyphert – Democratic

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Bonnie Shovestull – Republican Madison Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Lanny Himes – Republican

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Millcreek Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Anne Andes – Republican

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Township Auditor 2 yr term

Monroe Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Robert J Lewis – Republican

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Township Auditor 2 yr term

New Bethlehem Borough

Borough Council 4 yr term (3 to be elected)

Gordon Barrows – Republican
Brian Fox – Republican

Paint Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Jeffrey R Corcetti – Republican

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Township Auditor 2 yr term

Perry Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Terrence L McGuirk – Republican
Tom Rhoads – Republican

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Township Auditor 2 yr term

Piney Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Donald A Wensel – Democratic
Albert John Myers – Republican

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Porter Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Jerry McCauley – Republican

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Redbank Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Douglas G Minich – Republican
Kenneth Lee – Republican

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Stephen C Allison – Republican
Sharon Shreckengost – Republican

Richland Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Brian A Sullivan – Republican
Steven J Stewart – Republican

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Cheryl E Clinger – Republican

Township Auditor 4 yr term

Rimersburg Borough

Borough Council 4 yr term (3 to be elected)

Pamela Curry – Republican
Tim Yeany – Republican
Roger Crick – Republican

Salem Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Derek Wade – Republican

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Shippenville Borough

Borough Council 4 yr term (3 to be elected)

Paul R Woodburne – Democratic

Borough Council 2 yr term

Borough Auditor 6 yr term

Borough Auditor 4 yr term

Borough Auditor 2 yr term

Borough Tax Collector 2 yr term

Sligo Borough

Borough Council 4 yr term (3 to be elected)

Michele Divins Elder – Republican

Borough Council 2 yr term

Borough Auditor 6 yr term

Borough Auditor 4 yr term

Borough Mayor 2 yr term

Suzie Wyant – Republican
Jeremy R Shumaker – Republican

St. Petersburg Borough

Borough Council 4 yr term (4 to be elected)

Richard J Feicht – Democratic
Barry F Sullivan – Republican
Judy Zerbe – Republican
William Dennis Logue – Republican

Borough Auditor 6 yr term

Susan Diane Brosnahan – Republican

Strattanville Borough

Borough Council 4 yr term (3 to be elected)

Karen Reddick – Republican
Wesley Lander – Republican
Jonathan Stants – Democratic

Borough Council 2 yr term (2 to be elected)

Richard M Thompson – Republican

Borough Auditor 6 yr term

Toby Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Daniel P George – Republican

Township Supervisor 4 yr term

Darrell Horner – Republican

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Washington Township

Township Supervisor 6 yr term

Eric Bauer – Democratic

Township Supervisor 2 yr term

Township Auditor 6 yr term

Township Auditor 4 yr term

Township Auditor 2 yr term

SCHOOL DIRECTORS

Allegheny Clarion Valley School District

School Director (Region II- Allegheny Twp.Butler Co.) – 4-yr term
Carrie Armagost – Republican

School Director (Region IV- Foxburg Boro.- Clarion Co.) – 4-yr term
None

School Director (Region V- Richland Twp.Clarion Co) – 4-yr term
Jameen Stump – Democratic/Republican

School Director (Region Richland Twp. Venango Co.) – 4-yr term
None

School Director (Scrubgrass Twp. Venango Co.) – 4-yr term
Meghan Cratty – Republican

Clarion Area School District, Region At large

School Directors – 4-yr term (5 to be elected)

Clarion Borough, Highland Township, Monroe Township, Paint Township
Todd MacBeth – Democratic/Republican
Todd Bauer – Democratic/Republican
Hugh D Henry – Democratic/Republican
Sara A Robertson – Democratic/Republican

Clarion Limestone School District

School Directors (Region I- Clarion Twp) – 4-yr term (2 to be elected)

Scott M Rowan – Democratic/Republican
Joe Billotte – Democratic/Republican
Lee Stewart – Republican
David W Eggleton – Republican

School Director (Region II- Limestone Twp. Strattanville Boro.) – 4-yr term

Robin Henry – Democratic/Republican
Nathaniel C Parker – Democratic/Republican

School Directors (Region III-Millcreek Twp – Clarion Co) 4-yr term Jefferson Co. – Union Twp & Corsica Boro (2 to be elected)

Corry Bish – Democratic/Republican
Molly Greenawalt – Democratic/Republican
Rebecca Allison – Democratic/Republican

Karns City School District,Region At Large

Districts in Clarion County – Brady Twp. And East Brady Boro.
Districts in Armstrong County – Brady’s Bend Twp. Perry Twp. Sugarcreek Twp.
Districts in Butler County – Bruin Boro, Chicora Boro.,Fairview Boro.,Karns City Boro., Petrolia Boro.,Donegal Twp., Fairview Twp., Parker Twp.

School Directors – 4-yr term (5 to be elected)

James D Friters – Democratic/Republican
William Summerville – Democratic/Republican
Brenda Ealey – Democratic/Republican
Matt Bishop – Democratic/Republican
Dennis C Kelly – Democratic /Republican
Bryan Fleeger – Democratic/Republican
Joshua Price – Democratic/Republican

Keystone School District

School Directors (Region I- Knox Boro. Salem Twp.) – 4-yr term (2 to be elected)

Dustin L Swartfager – Democratic/Republican
Dwayne VanTassel – Republican

School Directors (Region II- Beaver Twp. Callensburg Boro. Licking Twp.) – 4-yr term (2 to be elected)

James Beary – Democratic/Republican
Kenneth L. Swartfager – Democratic/Republican

School Director (Region III- Ashland Twp. Elk Twp. Shippenville Boro.) – 4-yr term

Gregory Barrett – Democratic/Republican

North Clarion School District

School Director (Region I- Farmington Twp.) – 4-yr term

James J Shaftic – Republican

School Directors (Region II- Knox Twp.) – 4-yr term (2 to be elected)

Gretchen McCord Wolbert – Democratic/Republican
Matthew Higgins – Republican

School Directors (Region III- Washington Twp.) – 4-yr term (2 to be elected)

Scott B Daum – Democratic/Republican

Redbank Valley School District

School Directors (Region I – Mahoning Twp., South Bethlehem Boro. Madison Twp. in Armstrong Co.) – 4-yr term (2 to be elected)

William W Reddinger – Democratic/Republican
Jason R Barnett – Republican

School Directors (Region II- Monroe Twp. Oak Hall, New Bethlehem Boro. & Porter Twp.- Clarion Co) – 4-yr term (2 to be elected)

Dee Bell – Democratic/Republican
Donald A Nair – Democratic/Republican

School Director (Region III- Hawthorn Boro. Redbank Twp in Clarion County Redbank Twp. In Armstrong County) – 4-yr term

Ann T Kopnitsky – Republican

Union School District, Region At Large

School Directors – 4-yr term (5 to be elected)
Madison Twp, Piney Twp, Rimersburg Boro, Sligo Boro, Toby Twp.
Jeffrey A Kriebel – Democratic/Republican
Brenda G Brinker – Democratic/Republican
Shelly Atzeni – Democratic/Republican
William Bill Coradi III – Democratic/Republican

FOREST COUNTY CANDIDATES

MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT JUDGE

Daniel L. Miller (D/R)

FOREST COUNTY COMMISSIONER

Robert J. Snyder, Jr. (D)
Basil D. Huffman (R)
Patrick Kline (R)
Mark Kingston (R)
Michael G. Oliver (R)

FOREST COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Alyce M. Busch (D)

FOREST COUNTY TREASURER

Stacey L. Barnes (R)

FOREST COUNTY CORONER

Norman J. Wimer (R)

FOREST COUNTY PROTHONOTARY/REGISTER/RECORDER/CLERK OF COURTS

Dawn M. Millin

FOREST COUNTY AUDITOR

Deborah L. Wagner (D)
Cathy Blum (R)
Carolyn J. Mealy (R)
Melissa Ann Ruth (R)

School Director Region A

Chris M. Pedersen (D/R)

School Director Region B

Jarrett Michael Kahle (D/R)
Shirley D. Edmondson (D/R)

School Director Region C

Troy Allen Johnston, Jr. (D/R)
John Atkin (D)

Township Supervisor – 6-
Year Term

Patrick Kline (R) – Green Township
Thomas P. Zimmerman (R) – Howe Township
Bill Conrad (D) – Jenks Township
Andy Guy Spicer (R) – Jenks Township
Eric T. Millin (R) – Kingsley Township
Robert E. Wagner (R) – Tionesta Township

None filed in the following Townships:

Barnett
Harmony
Hickory

Township Supervisor – 4-Year Term

None filed in the following Townships:

Barnett

Tionesta Borough Council – 4-Year Term

Misty M. Ditz Democratic
Robert G. Holzer Republican
Jamie L. Say Republican

Township Auditor 6-Year Term

None filed in the following townships:

Barnett
Green
Harmony
Hickory
Howe
Jenks
Kingsley
Tionesta

Township Auditor 4-Year Term

None filed in the following townships:

Hickory
Jenks
Tionesta

Township Auditor 2-Year Term

None filed in the following townships:

Hickory
Howe
Jenks
Tionesta


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