As I understand the law, write-in candidates in primary elections have to obtain at least as many votes as people had to obtain signatures to get on the ballot.
That means that former Grafton Township Supervisor Linda Moore and Mathew Cooper, both running write-in campaigns for Township Trustee and Assessor Al Zielinski, seeking to run for re-election, will have to get 50 votes.
Moore, one of whose accomplishments was killing the previous administration’s plans to build a new township hall, is passing out the door hanger below:
Zielinski has four by signs.
If either Cooper or Zielinski have literature they would like posted, they should email me images.
Same goes for those on the ballot in Grafton Township.