In this uncontested race, one Democratic candidate and one Republican candidate are on the May 21 ballot for Lehigh County district attorney for a four-year term in office. Vote for no more than one.
Jim Moreno, Upper Milford
Jim Martin, Upper Saucon
On Tuesday, May 21, voters in North Whitehall Township will see the following referendum question on their ballot. Vote Yes or No
Do you favor the imposition of a tax of one 10th (.1) of one mill on real estate by North Whitehall Township to be used for open space and farmland preservation.
Four Democrats — Joe Setton, Keisha Champagnie, Matthew Mobilio and Thomas J. Johns — and five Republicans — Diane Kelly, Michael K. Wolk, Tom Utsch, Vincent J. Quinn and Matt Mulqueen — are on the ballot for three seats on the South Whitehall Board of Commissioners in the May 21 Municipal Primary.
Voters may choose not more than three of the candidates on each ticket for a four-year term in office.
We asked the candidates the following question: What do you see as the biggest issue facing South Whitehall residents?
Six candidates — Jay Rohatgi, Carol L. Facchiano, Marisa Ziegler, David M. Kennedy, Patrick H. Foose and Lisa Roth — are running for the five open seats for a four-year term on the Parkland School Board.
Each has cross-filed on the Democrat and Republican tickets.
We asked the candidates the following question: What is your position on property tax reform, whereby taxes are replaced by other forms of revenue?
Rohatgi says he is a successful business leader and agent for positive change in his professional life.
Four Democratic candidates and four Republican candidates are on the May 21 ballot for a four-year term as Lehigh County commissioner at-large.
Voters are to choose no more than four.
Bob Elbich, Weisenberg
Dave Harrington, Lower Milford
Dan Hartzell, South Whitehall
Zakiya Smalls, South Whitehall
Mathias Matt Green, Washington
Marty Nothstein, Lowhill
Brad Osborne, South Whitehall
Antonio A. Pineda, Whitehall
There are seven candidates on the ballot May 21 for the one available seat on the Lehigh County Court of Common Pleas.
Voters may choose one of the candidates who will move on to the November election. The winner will serve a 10-year term on the bench. All candidates cross-filed on the Democrat and Republican tickets.
The candidates were asked the following question: What is the most important quality of a judge?
Tom Capehart, Upper Milford
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