Poll locations in northern Blair County

With Election Day right around the corner, residents of northern Blair County should be aware of polling locations for each specific area.
Polls open at 8 a.m. on Nov. 4 and close at 8 p.m.
Two candidates are vying for a six year term as Antis Township supervisor: Dennis R. Himes Sr., a Democrat, of RD 1 Box 590, Altoona, and Bob Walker, a Republican, of RD 5 Box 615, Tyrone.
There are three voting districts in Antis Township. District One residents can cast their ballots at the Antis Township Municipal Building, located at 909 N. Second Street in Bellwood. District Two voters are required to vote at the Tipton Firehall. District Three voters can vote at Bell Mansion, located at 1 Main Street in Bellwood.
In Bellwood Borough, there are two candidates seeking four-year position seats on Bellwood Borough Council: Incumbent John H. Gunsallus, a Democrat, of 622 N. Fourth Street, Bellwood; and Kenneth D. Conrad, a Republican, of 700 E. Fourth Street, Bellwood. Three seats are available.
The polling location for Bellwood residents is at the Bellwood-Antis Public Library, located at 526 Main St., Bellwood.
There are no contested seats for the Bellwood-Antis School Board of Directors. There are five candidates for the five positions, all who crossed filed: Donna Tyler of RD 5 Box 176, Tyrone; David a Worthing of 322 Emery Street, Bellwood; Jeffrey L. Plummer of 601 Martin Street, Bellwood; J. Kenneth Loucks, the current school board president, of 820 N. Tenth St., Bellwood; and Rhonda A. Hocutt of 235 Clark St., Bellwood.
Two candidates are vying for the single, 6-year seat open on the Snyder Township Board of Supervisors: Joy A. Bickle, a Democrat, of 503 Meade Street, Tyrone, and Charles A. Diehl, a Republican, of RD 3 Box 464, Tyrone.
Snyder Township is divided into two voting districts. District One residents can cast their votes at the Grazierville United Methodist Church, located at the intersection of state Route 4025 and Clinton Street. District Two voters are required to mark their ballots at the township’s municipal building, located along Old Route 220.
There are no contested seats on the Tyrone Township Board of Supervisors. Republican incumbent Donna Kerlin of RD 3 Box 320, Altoona, is running unopposed for the 6-year supervisor seat.
Tyrone Township is divided into two voting districts. District One voters can cast their ballots at Grange Hall in Skelp. District Two voters are required to mark their ballots at the Mt. Olivet Lutheran Church in Sinking Valley.
There are seven candidates seeking four positions on Tyrone Borough Council: Democrat/Republican Jennifer L. Bryan of 1112 Lincoln Avenue, Democrat Sharon Dannaway of 1454 Pennsylvania Avenue, Republican Jeffrey Watson Jr. of 1323 Cameron Ave., and James R. Beckwith of 1365 Lincoln Ave., are all incumbents. Also looking for positions are Democrat Dan Meckes of 752 Park Avenue, Republican William Fink of 401 Washington Avenue, and john R. Thomas of 702 engleman Drive.
Tyrone Borough is broken into seven wards. Ward One voters can cast their ballots at the Tyrone Masonic Hall on Old Route 220. Residents of Ward Two can vote at Epworth Manor, located at 951 Washington Ave. Ward Three voters are required to vote at the First Presbyterian Church, located at the intersection of Logan Avenue and 13th Street.
Also, residents of Ward Four can vote at the First Assembly of God Church at the intersection of Twelfth Street and Blair Avenue. Ward Five residents can cast their ballots at Neptune Fire Co., located at the corner of Lincoln Avenue and 17th Street. Sixth Ward residents can vote at the Church of the Good Shepherd, located at 1650 Clay Avenue. Residents of Seventh Ward can vote at the Christian Missionary Alliance Church, located at 2103 Adams Avenue.
There are six candidates vying for five, 4-year seats on the Tyrone School Board of Directors: Democrat/Republican Norman E. Huff of 415 W. 17th Street, Democrat/Republican Peter L. Dutrow of 909 Highland Drive, Democrat/Republican Luther J. Laird of 323 Shippen Street, Democrat Becky A. Emenhiser of 7 East 16th Street, and Republican Lee R. Stover of 2650 Gormley Lane, are all incumbents. The other candidate is Democrat/Republican Raymond Detwiler of 600 W. Fifth Street.