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Northumberland, Montour, Columbia Counties, PA May 18, 2010 Election
State Representative; District 107; Democratic Party Voter Information

2 Year Term.

This contest will only appear on Democratic party ballots.

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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George L. Zalar Click here for more information about this candidate 2,239 votes 37.5%

  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Ironworker
  • Coal Twp. Commissioner (elected)
  • President/B.A. Ironworkers Local 404
  • Economy/Jobs
  • Family Values
  • Fiscal Responsibilty
Ted Yeager 1,542 votes 25.8%
  • Party: Democratic
Steve Bartos Click here for more information about this candidate 1,176 votes 19.7%
  • Party: Democratic
  • B.S. Environmental Science Kutztown University
  • Attended both Texas A&M and Oak Ridge University of Tennessee for Masters Studies in Health Physics
  • US Department of Energy Senior Policy Advisor
  • International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna as a technical advisor
  • US Delegate for United Nations Committees
  • Jobs, Jobs, Jobs
  • Education
  • Business Development
Myron F. Turlis 1,015 votes 17.0%
  • Party: Democratic

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