See what offices are up for election in 2020

(Editor’s Note: This article has been updated to reflect the new dates for the Primary Election and the preceding voter registration and mail-in ballot application deadlines.) The people of Clinton County, PA, have many decisions before them in 2020. Voters are tasked with learning about the candidates, signing petitions to help candidates get on the […]

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Campaign School planned for January 25 in Scranton

Planning to run for public office or to support a campaign? Hear practical information on how to commence your candidacy and run an effective campaign! Campaign School is a regional event cosponsored by the League of Women Voters of Lackawanna County, the Political Science Department of the University of Scranton, and WNEP-TV The News Station […]

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Voters can now apply for absentee ballots online ahead of Nov. 5 election

Eligible to vote on Election Day but unable to make it to the voting polls? Consider submitting a civilian absentee ballot to be sure your voice is heard. State officials recently announced that Pennsylvanians unable to vote in person on November 5 will for the first time be able to apply for an absentee ballot […]

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Clinton County Dems attend Ag Progress Days, hear from state officials

A contingent of Clinton County Democrats attended the Ag Progress Days (APD) event in Centre County on August 14 for a Penn Ag Democrats’ APD Picnic. The annual 3-day event is Pennsylvania’s largest outdoor agricultural exposition and takes place on Pennsylvania State University’s Research Farms. The Democratic picnic provides an opportunity for the party to […]

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Who’s moving on to the November ballot?

May 21, 2019, marked the date of the municipal primary election and the special election for the 12th Congressional District. Those who received a majority of votes from their respective party in the municipal primary will move on to the November election. However, the individual who received the most votes in the special election will […]

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Letter to the Editor: The People

By Dan Reeder I write this letter to weigh in on a recent Letter to the Editor that cited the Preamble to the United States Constitution, “We the people.”  I agree with the incredible significance of this seemingly simple statement but would hasten to point out that the current occupant of the Oval Office lost […]

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