Four of 11 mail-in ballot drop-off sites for the 2020 general election were opened Saturday by Montgomery County in Pottstown, Royersford, Skippack, and Green Lane. They'll operate daily at varying times through Nov. 3.
No one doubted the outcome of Tuesday's presidential primaries in Montgomery County or the state. If there was any local surprise, it may have been the continuing loyalty of Bernie Sanders' supporters.
In the race for 26th District state representative, the contest appears to be Tim Hennessey vs. Frank Gillen. In the 146th, Joe Ciresi against Thomas Neafcy. And in the 147th, it's Tracy Pennycuick and Jill Dennin.
Between 4:30 and 5 p.m. Tuesday, people lined up to vote in Lower Pottsgrove's 4th election district polls had to wait for a scanning machine problem to be fixed before they could cast their ballots.
Want to vote by mail in next Tuesday's primary election? Better hurry! You've got only until Tuesday (May 26) at 5 p.m. to submit an application to Montgomery County Voter Services.
Recognizing some Montgomery County residents have concerns about mailing their mail-in primary ballots, county officials are providing five sites where ballots can be securely dropped off.
Due to construction at its former fire house, the borough's registered voters will use Schwenksville Elementary School as their polling place in the Nov. 5 general election. See a sample ballot in advance.
If you want to participate in the May political primaries to select party candidates running for public office in November, you'd better hurry. Monday (April 22) is the deadline for primary voter registration.