Armstrong votes

Who’s running for Armstrong council, where to vote

Paul Britton

Here’s a look at who is running for mayor and council in the City of Armstrong; (I) = incumbent:

MAYOR Voted in by acclamation (Chris Pieper). COUNCIL (7); Elect 6; Vote up to as many as six; Paul Britton (I); Steven Drapala (I); Linda Fisher (I); Shirley Fowler (I); Gary Froats (I); Lance McGregor (I); Jim Wright. VOTER STATIONS, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Odd Fellows Hall, 3005 Wood Avenue.

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Steven Drapala

Linda Fisher

Shirley Fowler

Lance McGregor

Jim Wright

Gary Froats

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