Voters in the Corry Area School District and the city proper have some important choices in Tuesday’s general election.
Seven candidates are in the running for four open four-year terms on the board.
On the Democratic side, incumbents Elizabeth Lees and Deborah Wood are joined by Rodney Person and Donald Pollard on the ballot.
Wood cross-filed and also is on the Republican ballot.
Republican candidates John Gray, Seven Redrup and Delbert Liller II complete the field.
Three candidates are vying for two open four-year seats on Corry City Council.
Incumbent Tom Lathrop, a Republican, is squaring off against Democratic challenger Candy Sliker and write-in candidate Jim Myers, a registered Republican.
Corry Mayor Scott Sanford is running unopposed for a second four-year term as the city’s mayor. The mayor serves as one of five members on Corry City Council.
Democrat Donna Cox is listed on the ballot as a candidate for a four-year seat as city controller. Cox, however, has previously stated she would not accept the position if she wins because she recently relocated from the Corry area.
Four six-year terms for constable are up for grabs in the city, but there’s little competition.
Democrat Brett Sproveri is running unopposed in the First Ward, Democrat Roy Tucker is running unopposed in the Third Ward, and Republican Larry Buell is uncontested in the Fourth Ward.
No candidate for constable in the Second Ward is listed on the ballot, so write-in votes could decide that contest.