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Supervisor Bob Egolf and former Supervisor Bonnie Nicholas win the Democratic bid for two seats in Tuesday's primary election.
Palmer Township Supervisor K. Michael Mitchell and former Supervisor Jeffrey Young won the Democratic nod for two supervisor seats in Tuesday's primary election.
Voters in Palmer and Forks Township will go to the polls in Tuesday's primary election for school board and supervisors races.
The May 21 primary election features three Democrats vying for two seats on the Board of Supervisors. Supervisors Chairman Erik Chuss is running unopposed.
A supervisor, former supervisor and newcomer are squaring off for two seats on the Forks Township Board of Supervisors in Tuesday's primary election.
Three supervisor candidates—one incumbent and a former supervisor—are vying for the Democratic nomination in the May 21 primary election. Two seats are open.
Former Forks Township Supervisor Bonnie Nicholas is one of three Democrats running for two supervisor seats in May 21 primary election.
Newcomer Blandine Mballa-Fonkeu is one of three Democrats vying for two Forks Township supervisors seats in Tuesday's primary election.
Jeffrey Young is one of three Democratic candidates running for two supervisor seats in the May 21 primary election.
Forks Township Supervisor Bob Egolf is running for re-election in the May 21 Democratic primary.
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