The Abington-Cheltenham-Jenkintown-Lower Moreland Area

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State Rep. Stephen McCarter (154), LWV moderator Celeste Zelitch, LWV moderator Nancy Magid, State Rep. Ben Sanchez (153), State Sen. Art Haywood (4), and LWV co-president Roberta Brunner

Your Elected Officials

State Rep. Stephen McCarter (154), LWV moderator Celeste Zelitch, LWV moderator Nancy Magid, State Rep. Ben Sanchez (153), State Sen. Art Haywood (4), and LWV co-president Roberta Brunner.

Meet Your Elected Officials

The Abington-Cheltenham-Jenkintown-Lower Moreland Area

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View a PDF of our 2020 Primary Election Voter Guide! 

 

PRIMARY ELECTION UPDATE

Gov. Wolf has signed the bill to move Pennsylvania's primary election date to Tuesday, June 2. 

New deadline to register to vote:  Monday, May 18

New deadline to apply for an absentee or mail-in ballot: Tuesday, May 26, 2020 by 5 PM

New deadline for absentee and mail-in ballots to be returned to the county: June 2 

 A Note about COVID-19 Virus impact on PA Primary Election 

In anticipation of the COVID-19 virus, the Montgomery County Commissioners announced on Thursday, March 12, that they are encouraging all voters to apply for a mail-in ballot. Learn more here.

The Montgomery County Commissioners are encouraging constituents to drop-off their completed ballots at these secure locations instead of placing them in the mail. Completed ballots must be placed in the drop-off boxes by the time the polls close at 8pm on Election Day, Tuesday, June 2, 2020. 

 Please click here to find hours and locations for the five (5) drop-off boxes. 
 

Voters may apply for a mail-in or absentee ballot online at votespa.com. Applications for mail-in and absentee ballots must be received by the county election office by 5pm on Tuesday, May 26. However, if you wait until May 26 to apply, there is a chance you will not receive your ballot in time to return it by mail or to a secure drop-off box. 

Of course, voters may still vote in person at their polling place, but due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, voters may not be voting at their regular polling place. Voters may find their polling place by visiting montcopa.org/voterservices--"where do I vote"Thank you for helping us get the word out. We look forward to a safe, secure Election Day.

 

PA's Department of Human Services Response to COVID-19 Citizen Resources: dhs.pa.gov

 

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