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Incumbents are only names on March 19 primary election ballot
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The list of candidates for the March 19 primary election in Carroll County contains only familiar names.
No one, other than incumbents, filed petition to seek party nominations to the 10 open county offices.
Those filing for re-election include:
Common Pleas Judge Michael V. Repella, II; Coroner Mandal B. Haas, County Commissioner (Jan. 2 term) Robert E. Wirkner, County Commissioner (Jan. 3 term) Christopher Modranski, Engineer Brian J. Wise, Prosecuting Attorney Steven D. Barnett, Recorder Patricia Oyer, Treasurer Jeff Yeager and Sheriff Calvin Graham, all Republicans, and Clerk of Courts William Wohlwend, a Democrat.
Five candidates filed petitions for U.S. Congress from the 6th District, including Rylan Z. Finzer and Micahel L. Kripchak, both Democrats, and Michael A. Rulli, Reggie Stoltzfus and Rick Tsai, Republicans.
Democrat, Dan Votaw and Republican, Monica Robb Blasdel are unopposed in their bids to seek the party nomination for state representative from the 79th District.
Mary DeGenaro and Katleyn Dickey are seeking the Republican nomination for judge of the Seventh District Court of Appeals.
David W. Johnson and Sean M. Murphy are seeking the Republican nomination for State Central Committee Man, 33rd District, while Roberta Baker and Allison Zwicker are seeking the Republican nomination for State Central Committee Woman, 33rd District.
Two liquor options will appear on the ballot along with a township fire levy and school tax levy.
Great Trail Brewing Company is placing two options before Augusta Twp. voters. One is for sale of beer, wine and mixed beverages and spirituous liquor and the other is for Sunday sale of wine and mixed beverages and spirituous liquor.
Lambert Venues, LLC, doing business as Century Farms, is asking voters in Carrollton A precinct to approve the sale of beer, wine and mixed beverages and spirituous liquor and a separate option for the Sunday sale of wine and mixed beverages and spirituous liquor.
East Township trustees are seeking the renewal of a levy for roads and bridges.
Brown Local School District is asking voters to approve the renewal of an emergency tax levy.
Dates to remember
for March 19
Jan. 9: Deadline for write-in candidates to file declarations (4 p.m.).
Feb. 20: Voter registration deadline.
Feb. 21: Early in-person voting begins.
March 12: Applications for absentee ballots to be mailed must be received by boards of elections by the close of business.
March 19: Primary election day. Polls open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
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