In 2013 PA Primary, Most Action in the Local Municipalities
Most of the action in Tuesday's Pennsylvania primary will be in the state’s cities, boroughs and townships.
Political observers say about one in five voters will turn out at the polls. There are several key-note races across Blair County. Republicans and Democrats will select judicial candidates who will square off in the fall. Voters will also begin to select a new mayor to represent Altoona.
There are several competitive school board races as well – namely in Altoona and Hollidaysburg where those pushing for fiscal responsibility and conservative leadership will square off with education activists backed by local unions.
The only statewide contest is between Allegheny County Judge Jack McVay and Philadelphia Municipal Court Judge Joseph Waters for the Democratic nomination for an opening on the state Superior Court.
Polls will open at 7:00AM Tuesday and remain opened through 8:00PM.
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