May 21, 2019


Only a Few House Left!


Have you voted yet?  Voter turnout is usually very low in an off-year election and this year’s election only holds one statewide race, but we all know every election is important!  So, is you haven’t voted yet, you have until 8:00 p.m. to cast your vote for Superior Court, Court of Common Pleas, county commissioners, county executive and county council  (if you live in a home rule county), row offices, borough council, township supervisor, school board, etc. 

In addition to the “regular” races, there will be four special elections held in certain districts today:  12th Congressional District to replace Congressman Tom Marino, who resigned for health reasons; State Senate Districts 33 and 41 replacing Rich Alloway and Don White, respectively (both retired effective February 28th ); and State House District 11 to replace Brian Ellis. 

Voter turnout is critical in all elections, but it is even more so in these off-year elections because conservatives are more likely to stay home, allowing radicals to be voted in by just a small percentage. 

Action Steps

Get out and vote before 8:00 p.m. and make sure your family, neighbors and friends all have a ride to the polls!   Check out our voter information here   Find your polling place here 

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