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Two Democratic candidates for state treasurer, Deborah Silver of Twin Falls and W. Lane Startin of Boise, will face off; the victor in that primary race will face incumbent GOP Treasurer Ron Crane in November.
On May 20th, a question will be put before the voters for a Yes or No vote to approve the recommendations of the Lackawanna County Home Rule Charter Study Commission.
Thomas Baldino, Ph.D.f,rom Wilkes University and other panelists explore potential impacts of the proposal to eliminate the three-commissioner system and replace it with an elected council and executive.
Will feature attorney-candidates Andy Liu and Steve Somers who are vying for Superior Court Seat No. 3 and Heidi Whilden and Luma Serrano Williams who are competing for Superior Court No. 10.
For more information please visit http://lwvmryco.org or call 831-648-VOTE.
7:00 p.m. – Democratic Candidates for the 112th Legislative District of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives: Three candidates will debate: Rep. Kevin Haggerty (incumbent 112th district); Rep. Frank Farina (incumbent 115th district), and Robert Munley (challenger). Due to redistricting, incumbent candidates from the 112th and 115th districts will run in the May 2014 Primary for the 112th district.
8:15 p.m. – Democratic Candidates for the 113th Legislative District of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives: Two candidates will debate: Rep. Marty Flynn (incumbent) and Lee Morgan (challenger).
Candidates vying in the four-way GOP race for state superintendent of schools will face off; the winner of that primary will face Democrat Jana Jones in the November general election.
Justice Joel Horton faces a challenge from Boise attorney Breck Seiniger; the primary election is the final contest in this non-partisan race.
Idaho Lt. Gov. Brad Little will debate challenger Jim Chmelik.
This GOP primary race features longtime Congressman Mike Simpson and challenger Bryan Smith.
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