East Penn Press

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Lehigh County Executive

Wednesday, May 10, 2017 by The Press in Local News

Vote for one - 4-year term

Democrat Phillips Armstrong, of Whitehall Township, is unopposed in the primary. He will face the successful Republican candidate from the May contest in the November general election.

Two Republicans, Glenn Eckhart, of Salisbury Township, and Brad Osborne, of South Whitehall Township are seeking the Lehigh County Executive seat.

We asked each Republican candidate the following question: Why should the residents vote for you?

Glenn Eckhart

Emmaus Borough

Wednesday, May 10, 2017 by The Press in Local News

Mayor

4-year term

Republican Lee Ann Gilbert is running unopposed.

Council

Vote for not more than three - 4-year term

Democrats Roy D. Anders Jr. and Shana Baumgartner are seeking a seat on council as well as Republican Brent Labenberg.

Tax collector

Vote for one - 4-year term

Republican Dennis Gouldy is facing Republican challenger Bernadette Jerry in the primary election. We asked each candidate the following question: Why should residents vote for you?

Dennis Gouldy

Magisterial District Judge

Wednesday, May 10, 2017 by The Press in Local News

Vote for one - 6-year term in each ward

Magisterial District 31-2-03 (Emmaus Borough, Macungie Borough and Lower Macungie Township Districts 3, 8 and 9)

Donna R. Butler is running unopposed.

Magisterial District 31-3-02 (Alburtis Borough, Lower Macungie Township Districts 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10 and Upper Macungie Townships)

Michael Faulkner is running unopposed.

Magisterial District 31-1-08 (Allentown Ward 16 and Salisbury Township)

Macungie Borough

Wednesday, May 10, 2017 by The Press in Local News

Mayor

Vote for one - 4-year term

Democrat Cynthia Bogert is facing Republican Ryan Conrad.

Council

Vote for not more than four - 4-year term

Democrat Barry Bloch and Republicans Alma Akinjiola, Roseann C. Schleicher and John Yerman are seeking seats on council.

Tax collector

Vote for one - 4-year term

Cynthia Hartzell is running on both the Democratic and Republican tickets. She faces Republican Harry Buchin in the primary election.