Incumbents, challenger to advance to general election ballot in Nov

DeWitt, David
May 2013
Athens News;5/9/2013, p11
The article presents information on the winners of the Athens, Ohio Democratic Primary election who expressed gratitude for voter support, graciousness to their opponents and anticipation of a now-contested general election. It informs that the winners include Christine Knisely, Steve Patterson and Jennifer Cochran. It further informs that these three candidates will go on to represent the Democratic Party in the general elections.


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