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Ephrata

Conestoga

Six candidates are seeking the Republican nomination for ve seats. They are:

Two candidates are seeking the Republican nomination for one seat. They are:

GOP candidates

Judy S. BEILER* - pastor at The Worship Center


Suzanne M. DELAHUNT - director of music at Grace United Church of Christ
Theodore KACHEL* - employee at Garden of Eden Produce
Neal D. REICHARD - assistant director of services for Ephrata Manor
Tim STAUFFER* - teacher at Manheim Christian Day School
Chris WEBER* - pastor at Ephrata Community Church

Hempeld

Adam T. ALOISI* - independent


investor

Daniel K. FORRY* - agriculturist


Diane L. GERLACH* - retired

Loren R. BROWN JR. - re inspector


Luke BUNTING - president and marketing strategist at Bunting Group

East Earl

Two candidates are seeking the Republican nomination for one seat. They are:

GOP candidates

Nelson GROFF - commercial estimator at Hoover Buildings


Joe E. SHRIVER* - retired from Case New Holland

Six candidates are seeking the Republican nomination for ve seats. They are:

GOP candidates

GOP candidates

Grant W. KEENER - attorney


James H. MAURER JR.* - chief
nancial officer at Sechan Electronics

William H. OTTO* - retired

East Lampeter

Four candidates are seeking the Republican nomination for two seats. They are:

GOP candidates

David R. BUCKWALTER* - sales

Eric REATH - legislative assistant to

Glenn L. EBERLY* - self-employed

Diane F. TYSON - director at

manager at High Steel Structures

Manheim Township

state Rep. Keith Greiner

Lancaster County Academy

Seven candidates are seeking the Republican nomination for ve seats. They are:

GOP candidates

Mark ANDERSON* - facilities


engineer at Case New Holland

Stephen W. GROSH - attorney at


Smoker Gard Associates in Lancaster

Todd HECKMAN* - higher

education and healthcare management


consultant

Martic
JoAnn B. HENTZ - retired educator
Nikki RIVERA - teacher at Warwick
School District

Charles F. BRAUGHT JR. - self-

William E. MURRY* - self-employed


in the construction and real estate industries

Malinda CLATTERBUCK -

assistant at Harrowgate Fine Foods

School District of Lancaster

Leslie PENKUNAS - freelance


editor and writer

Nelson L. PETERS* - retired senior


staff industrial engineer

Donald F. SNYDER - self-employed


Jodi STAUFFER - guidance

employed

counselor at Red Lion Area Junior High


School

director of family ministries at Lutheran


Church of the Good Shepherd

Penn

Six candidates are seeking the Republican nomination for ve seats. They are:

Charles HAMPLE - teacher at

GOP candidates

Lynn M. MILLER - executive

Warwick

GOP candidates

Four candidates are seeking the Republican nomination for two seats. They are:

Four candidates are seeking the Republican nomination for two seats. They are:

Todd RUCCI* - works in government

relations at PAP Technologies

Benedict R. SAHD* - retired educator


Scott SHAUB* - environmental,
health and safety coordinator at
Armstrong World Industries

GOP candidates

John KEGARISE* - owner and

George OSENBURG - retired


Dick SHELLENBERGER - human

president of Baron Insurance Group

Richard E. LANDIS - owner of

relations director at HY-Line International

Haldeman Mills in Manheim

Providence

Three candidates are seeking the Republican nomination for one seat. They are:

BOROUGH RACES
Four of Lancaster Countys 18 boroughs feature contested primary races for borough
council. Candidates profession listed.
*Incumbent seeking re-election
Contested races are as follows:

Akron

GOP candidates

William H. MORRISON - owner of William H. Morrison Excavating


Kent PEIFFER - path ow coordinator at Alcoa
John SCHROEDER - HVAC technician

Five candidates are seeking the Republican nomination for three seats. They are:

GOP candidates

Daniel MCCORMAC* - a sales associate with HomeSale Mortgage


H. Jeffrey SHIRK* - manufacturing consultant for Total Outsource Solutions
John D. TAYLOR* - power eet sales manager for Penray
John WILLIAMSON - self-employed consultant
Philip BENIGNO - business development executive for Lancaster Barnstormers

Denver

n Conestoga and Martic townships voters will decide whether a seven-member

commission should study the adoption of a citizen-based form of local government


known as home rule. Home-rule designation gives a community the ability to establish
and implement policies to address local concerns.

n East Drumore Township residents will decide if privately owned businesses can sell
beer, wine and liquor.

n Strasburg Township voters will decide whether to approve the issuance of licenses
to conduct small games of chance.

Four candidates are seeking the Republican nomination for three seats. They are:

GOP candidates

WRITE-IN CANDIDATE

Michael W. COHICK* - retired


Blake S. DAUB* - vice president of support services at Luthercare
John P. PALM - safety manager at Martin Limestone
Todd STEWART - attorney with the Harrisburg-based law rm of Hawke,

n Mike Hanaue launched a write-in campaign for the Democratic nomination for
register of wills.
n Emmanuel Jean-Philippe launched a write-in campaign for magisterial judge seat in
District 2-1-01. He is asking that both Republicans and Democrats nominate him.

McKeon and Snisnak

East Petersburg

Pa. PRIMARY RULES

Five candidates are seeking the Republican nomination for four seats. They are:

GOP candidates

n Pennsylvania is a closed-primary state. You may vote for candidates only in the

Gregory BUCHER* - owner of Chanceys Pub


Adam GOCHNAUER* - vice president of Gochnauers Home Appliance Center
Connie MCELWAIN* - retired educator
Mike MCHENRY - general manager at mechanical engineering rm
John M. SCHICK - senior project manager at Rettew Associates

Manheim

Three candidates are seeking the Republican nomination for one seat to represent the
2nd Ward. They are:

GOP candidates

party with which you are registered.

n If you are registered with a minor party or as an independent, you may not cast
a ballot for a major party candidate. But you may vote on ballot questions. Four
municipalities in Lancaster County have ballot questions appearing on the ballot.

VOTING INFORMATION
1. What time can I vote? Polls open 7 a.m. 8 p.m., Tuesday May 19.
2. Where do I vote? If you dont know where your polling place is, visit

votespa.com and click the link under Where is my polling place? Enter your home address,
and the site will tell you the street address of your polling place and give you directions.

3. What if I have problems voting? If you have problems at your polling


place, call the Lancaster County Elections Office at 299-8293. You can also stop by the
elections office at 150 N. Queen St., Suite 117. Thats the former Armstrong building at Queen
and Chestnut streets. If youd like to report a voting problem to the newspaper, call

Jean L. GATES - retired


Elaine LEECH - loan consultant for Caliber Home Loans
Bonnie MARTIN* - housewife

291-8622. If youre on Twitter, tweet voting problems or issues using #LancasterVotes.

4. When and where can I nd results? The results will start ltering
into the Lancaster County Elections Office a short time after the polls close at 8 p.m. Check
LancasterOnline for live coverage and breaking news throughout the day and evening.

TOWNSHIP RACES

5. Should I expect long lines?

Eight of Lancaster Countys 41 townships features contested primary races for


supervisor or commissioner. Candidates profession listed.
Contested races are as follows:
*Incumbent seeking re-election

Brecknock

Two candidates are seeking the Republican nomination for one seat. They are:

election year, and turnout is typically low.

Probably not. This is not a presidential

DO I NEED IDENTIFICATION?
If you are a rst-time voter or are voting in a new precinct
for the rst time

GOP candidates

n You must bring one of these approved forms of photo identication:

Larry HORNING - customer service trainer at Conestoga Wood Specialties


Jerry LONG - proprietor

Pennsylvania drivers license or PennDOT ID card


ID issued by the U.S. Government
U.S. Armed Forces ID
Student ID

ID issued by any commonwealth agency


U.S. passport
Employee ID

If you do not have a photo ID

Colerain

n You can use a nonphoto identication that includes your name and address.
Approved forms of nonphoto identication include:

Two candidates are seeking the Republican nomination for one seat. They are:

Nonphoto ID issued by any commonwealth agency


Nonphoto ID issued by the U.S. government
Current bank statement

GOP nominees

Emmett J. ST. CLAIR - retired business owner


Scott E. SHOEMAKER* - Colerain Township road crew member

BALLOT QUESTIONS

Voter Registration Certicate issued by the


county voter registrar

Firearm permit
Current utility bill

Government check

Current paycheck