The Primary Election is scheduled for Tuesday, May 17. Democrats have begun announcing their bids for offices. … More 2022 Election: Candidates announce bids for offices, begin collecting signatures
June 2, 2020, marked the primary election. Those who received a majority of votes from their respective party in the primary move on to the November election. Several candidates were running unopposed in their respective races; however, there were contested races for Pennsylvania Auditor General and the U.S. Presidency. Here’s a quick rundown of how … More Who’s moving on to the November ballot?
Eligible to vote, but worried about making it to the polls on June 2? Consider submitting a mail-in ballot to be sure your voice is heard. Pennsylvania has enacted legislation to allow for “no excuse” voting via mail-in ballots, meaning anyone who is registered to vote can apply to vote by mail. The application can … More Apply for a Mail-In Ballot by May 26 and vote from home
Did you know you must register to vote by May 18 in order to participate in the Primary Election on Tuesday, June 2? Those who have been U.S. citizens and Clinton County residents for at least one month and who will be 18 by Election Day are eligible to vote. Registration is quick and simple, … More Register by May 18 to vote on June 2
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 … More Who’s moving on to the November ballot?