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September 8, 2013

Primary ballot heavy with minor-party contests

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Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — • Lockport, county Legislature, 12th district: Anthony P. Molinaro of Lockport, a Democrat, faces a write-in challenge for the Working Families line in the general election.

• Pendleton town supervisor: James A. Riester, the incumbent supervisor and a Democrat, faces a write-in challenge for the Working Families ballot line in the general election.

• Pendleton town council candidates: Eileen H. Czarnecki and Edward P. Harman, both Democrats, face write-in challenges for Working Families ballot lines in the general election.

Green party

• Cambria/Wilson, Niagara County Legislature, 10th district: There’s a write-in blank to nominate a candidate to run on the Green line in the general election. Established candidates in the race are Republican incumbent David E. Godfrey and Democrat Christopher M. Srock, both from Wilson.

• Lockport/Pendleton, county Legislature, 11th district: There’s a write-in blank to nominate a candidate to run on the Green line in the general election. Established candidates in the race are incumbent Legislator Anthony J. Nemi of Lockport, an Independence party member who caucuses with the Republican majority in legislature, and Democrat David J. Naus of Pendleton.

• Lockport, county legislature, 12th district: There’s a write-in blank to nominate a candidate to run on the Green line in the general election. Established candidates in the race are Anthony P. Molinaro, a Democrat, and incumbent legislator Richard E. Updegrove, a Republican.

Lockport Town Justice

Declared candidates Cheryl A. Antkowiak of Forest Hill Road, a Republican, and John J. Ben of Sunset Drive, a Democrat, are in contest for the Democratic, Republican and Working Families ballot lines in the general election.

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