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Here are the candidates running for Lower Alsace Township supervisor and what else you should know about the race

Two candidates are running for a single seat on the Lower Alsace Township board of supervisors in the Nov. 7 general election.

Republican incumbent James D. Oswald faces Democrat Ann Sellers.

The candidates were asked to respond to the following question.

Question: If elected, what would be your top three priorities in office?

Incumbents are denoted with an asterisk.

James D. Oswald*

Party: Republican

Age: 60

Occupation: Gaming machine technician

Response: Providing quality services for the residences of Lower Alsace Township while trying to hold the line on taxes. Working with county and state officials to maintain funding for our fire and EMS services, to maintain the 24-hour, high-quality services that residents have come to expect. Should a municipal merger be on the horizon, I would like to be there to make sure past mistakes are not relived.

Ann Sellers

Party: Democrat

No response.

Source: Berkshire mont

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