FIND JUDICIAL ELECTIONS CONFUSING?
Deciding who to vote for in judicial elections can be confusing.
VOTER CONTACT INFORMATION
Montgomery County Voter Services: 610-278-3280
Montgomery County Election Board: 610-278-3275
Democratic Committee of LM and N: 610-649-7200
Republican Committee of LM and N: 610-642-4407
You may register when obtaining or renewing a Pennsylvania driver's license, or obtain a mail-in registration form from auto license bureaus, PennDOT, libraries, state liquor stores, or the County Board of Elections.You can register online.
You will need identification. Directions are clearly given on the site.
VOTING IN THE PRIMARY
In Pennsylvania to vote in the primary, you must register with a political party. If you do not designate a political party, you may only vote on the ballot questions. You may change parties anytime except the month preceding the primary and the week following the primary and the month following the general election.
With the introduction of mail-in balloting that requires no excuse, there may still be some people who vote absentee.
To vote by absentee ballot you must be registered to vote.
Who May Vote Absentee?
College students who are not registered to vote at their school address
People whose work or vacation take them away from home
Those with a physical disability or illness that prevents them from voting in person
Members of the military
People who may have a conflict due to the celebration of a religious holiday
Inmates who have not been convicted of a felony
If you have an emergency, you may still be able to get an "emergency absentee ballot" after the deadline.
For more information, visit www.votespa.com.