Election Day is November 7th and there are no off-year elections . Pennsylvania is one of the few states which allow voters to choose their judges. You will be able to vote for one Supreme Court Judge, four Superior Court judges and two Commonwealth Court judges. We’ll also be able to vote to retain or not two Supreme Court judges and one Superior Court judge. Each of these terms is for ten years. There will also be local races such as mayor, district attorney, sheriff, corner, borough council, township supervisor and school board. It is definitely NOT an election to sit out!
By many this is considered an off-year election because the only statewide races are judicial races. However, one thing we can’t forget is NO election is unimportant. Decisions that these judges make will help or harm everyone. The questions are: Will they follow the US and PA Constitutions or will they legislate from the bench? Will they be part of the judicial tyranny problem or will they uphold their oath of office?
The November 7th election is quickly approaching. Are you registered to vote? Will you need to vote via absentee ballot? The deadline for registering is in just a few days and you should start the absentee ballot process now!
All Pennsylvanians will be voting for three PA Supreme Court, one Superior Court and one Commonwealth Court candidates. There will also be county wide races such as commissioner and row officers in some counties as well as local races such as mayor and school board. This is an important election, just like all of them. There are NO off-year elections!
The all-important election on November 3rd is quickly approaching! The only state wide races are for three open seats on the PA Supreme Court, one open seat on Superior Court and one on the Commonwealth Court. There will be a special election in Allegheny County for the 37th Senatorial District and there will be many local elections. Peters Township in Washington County is also in the 37th Senatorial District.
AFA of PA encourages Christians, through education, to become involved in pro-family issues in their community, state and the nation. This is some of what has been going on in the Commonwealth and the nation.
The AFA of PA has completed the more detailed voter guide — including both the Republican and Democratic candidates for PA Supreme Court, Superior Court and Commonwealth Court. These are non-partisan and legal for a church to use. They are designed as a bulletin insert – back and front.
May 19th is primary election day in PA. Statewide we will be voting for three PA Supreme Court judges, one Superior Court and one Commonwealth Court judge. Are the candidates pro-life, pro-second amendment? Check out our voter guide!
Can’t make it to the polling place on November 8th? Still time to get an absentee ballot!