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State of Pennsylvania April 22, 2008 Election
Delegate; Republican National Party Convention; Congressional District 9 Voter Information

This contest will only appear on Republican party ballots.

Candidates (Vote for 4)
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Richard A. Geist

  • Party: Republican
Timothy L. Ferrenberg
  • Party: Republican
Bob Thomas
  • Party: Republican
Wayne Hippo, Jr.
  • Party: Republican
Bill Shuster
  • Party: Republican
Bruce Keeler Click here for more information about this candidate
  • Party: Republican
  • Political Science degree
  • Consistent conservative
  • Father of five children
  • Politically active since age 8
  • Pro-Life and pro-Family
  • Constitutional (limited government) - - - less spending, taxes, and regulation
  • For Repubicans to do what is right and stop doing what is expedient
Mikeal A. Fix
  • Party: Republican
Dick L. Hess
  • Party: Republican
Bernadette S. Comfort
  • Party: Republican
Nathan R. Kerstetter
  • Party: Republican
Travis G. Schooley
  • Party: Republican
Marylin Jane Ehrhart
  • Party: Republican
Bonnie Mellott Keefer
  • Party: Republican
Timothy S. Sponseller
  • Party: Republican

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