Results among Libertarian candidates who ran for office in Tuesday’s elections now allow the state Libertarian organization to claim official party status through a midterm. It’s the first such occurrence in 20 years.
Election workers at several western Montgomery County locations said they were pleasantly surprised Tuesday by the early arrival and steady volume of voters making their way to polling places.
A majority of Limerick voters said during Tuesday voting they were unwilling to pay more earned income taxes to support the preservation or acquisition of open spaces within the township.
If you voted and could prove it (rather simply, really) to the staff at Collegeville Italian Bakery Pizzeria Napoletana, a free slice of cheese pizza or tomato pie was yours to claim Tuesday.
Democrat John Fetterman won Pennsylvania’s pivotal race for U.S. Senate, flipping a Republican-held seat as he recovered from a stroke during the bare-knuckled campaign against Dr. Mehmet Oz.
Democrat Josh Shapiro won the race for governor of Pennsylvania, defeating Republican Doug Mastriano. Shapiro, the state’s two-term elected attorney general, ran to the middle on several key issues.
If you see someone tampering with any of Montgomery County’s 12 ballot drop-off boxes, or interfering with any official election activity, call the District Attorney’s phone tip line at 610-292-2022.
After the 2022 election ends, it’s time for campaign clean-ups to begin. No-longer-needed plastic and paperboard yard signs and accompanying stands can be recycled this year at 16 designated locations. Four are available locally.