William Gombar and Clarence Stewart are competing for the Republication nomination for House District 132, which includes Old Orchard Beach, in Tuesday’s primary.

The winner will face Democratic incumbent George Hogan in November.

Stewart, 42, who served on the Old Orchard Beach Comprehensive Planning Commission, said if elected he would advocate for mental health and elderly services and would seek to have every state agency audited to cut out unnecessary bureaucracy.

Gombar, 43, who is on the Old Orchard Beach Charter Commission and is former chair of the town’s Republican Committee, said he would cut spending, taxes and regulations if elected.

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