GREEN LANE, Pa. (AP) _ Nobody is in the lead for mayor. Nobody dominates the field in the council races. Nobody has locked up the contest for tax collector. Nobody is favored for auditor.

Nobody is running. For anything.

Neither the Republicans not the Democrats got get around to fielding candidates for Tuesday's primaries in this small Montgomery County borough.

''I kind of feel very guilty we didn't do this,'' said GOP committeewoman Jean Leister. ''But I look back at my appointment book, and I think at the time it was snowing.''

''The deadline day just kind of crept up on us and went past,'' Democratic committeewoman Jean Ruth said.

The community 30 miles northwest of Philadelphia covers just three-tenths of a square mile and has a population of 442. There are no traffic lights - and no campaign signs.

Both parties say they plan to beat ''nobody'' with write-in candidates. Ten write-in votes are required to nominate someone for the general election. Residents also will get to vote in statewide judicial races.