Most school board races decided in May
School board races for districts in the TIMES NEWS coverage area were mostly decided in the May primary where candidates secured both nominations.
Here is a list of who will be on the ballot for next Tuesday's general election.
Tamaqua Area School District, elect four, the four candidates are unopposed as they won both nominations in the primary election
They are Thomas A. Rottet, Aaron R. Frantz, Bryan W. Miller, and Mark Rother.
Voters in Coaldale cast ballots for the Panther Valley Area School District.
The candidates, elect four, no contest, Brian J. Dolena, John Williams, and Irene A. Genther, all three won both nominations in the primary election, and Daniel J. Heaney, Democrat.
There is a contest for a seat on the Blue Mountain board.
The candidates are, four year term, elect four, Timothy G. Grube, Herman Robert Fligge, and Anne Usuka, all won both nominations in the primary. Dean Gherghel, Republican, and Mary Jo Moss, Democrat, are vying for the fourth spot.
No contest, as four canidates won both nominations in the primary for the four seats to be elected, four year term
The candidates are Steven Gnall, Karen E. Yedsena, Jay Hanley, and Mary Agnes DiCasimirro.
There is a contest in the Hazleton Area School District, vote for four.
The candidates are Bob Mehalick, James G. Chapman, and Clarence John, won both nominations in the primary. Jared M. O'Donnell, Republican, and Carmella Yenkevich, Democrat, are vying for the fourth seat.
Voters in Middleport, New Philadelphia, and Blythe Township vote for members of the Saint Clair Area School Board.
There is a contest for four seats, four-year terms. Candidates are Michael A. Holobetz, Gerald G. Kuperavage, Virginia Bartashus, and Jeanette Zembas, all won both nominations in the primary, and Jason D. Hale, non-partison, is also on the ballot.