Due to unforeseen circumstances, Jay Perrine has formally removed himself from the upcoming Barrett Township Supervisor election in November. The Republican party is interviewing three potential candidates in order to appoint a replacement for Perrine's spot:
Michelle Sisak has been nominated by the Republican Party to replace Perrine.
A second-class township usually has three supervisors, elected at large for six-year terms. A referendum may allow a second-class township's board of supervisors to expand to five members. Some townships have home-rule charters, which allow for a mayor/council form of government.
Source: Wikipedia (Local Government in Pennsylvania)
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