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Two Republicans and two Democrats will be on the ballots of both political parties Tuesday.
Republicans have filed a lawsuit to remove Michael Paston as acting director of Montgomery County Voter Services, alleging that commissioners Josh Shapiro and Leslie Richards appointed him illegally.
After Montgomery County denied an additional $11 million loan for what it considers a nonviable development project, the lender filed for foreclosure on Logan Square in Norristown.
Montgomery County Commissioners approved an application for $185,000 in federal grant funds for the program.
Laws impact fines for underage drinking, reporting child abuse, animal euthanasia, simplifying voting rules for servicemen and women, and more.
As of the October voter registration deadline, Democrats registered more than 8,500 voters since the 2012 Primary Election – Republicans registered roughly 3,500.
Prosecutors will be available to voters through the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office.
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