By Karen Blackledge
The Danville News
DANVILLE — There is one race for a Danville Borough Council seat in the upcoming general election.
Republican incumbent Collins “Fuzz” Stump is challenged by Democrat John S. Rodman for a seat to represent the 1st Ward.
Council members serve four-year terms.
Stump, 81, lives at 114 W. Mahoning St. and Rodman, 60, is a resident of 115 W. Market St.
Council members are paid $1,875 annually.
In the 2nd Ward, Democratic incumbent Max VonBlohn is unopposed for re-election.
Republican Thomas Wickham is unopposed to represent in the 3rd Ward. He defeated Republican incumbent Betty Ann Moyer in the spring primary.
Edward Azary, a Democrat, is running without opposition for a council seat in the 4th Ward. Council President Dick Johns chose not to run for re-election.
Also listed on the Nov. 5 ballot is Republican Lisa A. Strausser, unopposed for re-election as Danville tax collector.
In the 1st Ward, Democrat Mary Ann Davis is running for judge of elections. Inspector of elections candidates are Republican Eugene John Schneider and Democrat Barbara A. Bordner.
In the 4th Ward, Democrat Helen Lynn is running for judge of elections and Republican Alfred “Al” L. Malkoski Jr. and Democrat June L. Kratzer are running for inspector of elections.
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