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Deb Miller, a self-employed counselor and mother of six, is the second Republican resident to start a write-in campaign for mayor of Nazareth.
Carl Strye Jr., the longtime president of Vigilance Hose Co. No. 1, is hoping to fill a big vacancy created by the resignation of Nazareth Mayor Fred Daugherty Jr.
Councilman Jack Herbst, who is the only Nazareth mayoral candidate running in the May 21 primary, doesn't see a reason why Mayberry and the 21st Century can't coexist.
Ex-councilman Thomas Heckman and newcomer Scott A. Dellatore, both Democrats, are vying for one four-year seat in Nazareth Borough's Ward 2.
Six incumbents and two newcomers vie for seven Nazareth Area School Board seats—meaning one person will be out.
Chris Audenried and Richard Troxell are vying for one four-year seat in the borough's Ward 1.
Carl Strye Jr., a Republican, is running against incumbents Jack Herbst and Charles Donello, both of whom are Democrats. They are vying for two four-year seats in the borough's Ward 3.
Northampton County's registrar tells Patch nobody should have asked voters about their party affiliation at polls.
Three people who voted at the Gracedale polling place found it odd that a woman inside the building asked about their party affiliation.
According to the Express-Times, incumbent Larry Stoudt has come from behind to keep his Nazareth Borough Council seat; however, the Northampton County Election Office would not confirm or deny this report.
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