The Abington-Cheltenham-Jenkintown 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 Area

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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.

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

 

NEWS ON ACT 77

The first major overhaul of the Pennsylvania election code in more than 80 years, is now law! Act 77 of 2019 introduces changes to voter registration, absentee ballots and the voting process:

  • Voter registration:
    • Voters now have up to 15 days before an election to register to vote instead of 30 days.
  • Straight-party ticket voting:
    • Voters will not be able to vote straight party tickets anymore.
  • Absentee ballots:
    • Creates a new category of voters who may request and return a ballot by mail without having to provide an excuse.
    • Voters have up to 50 days before an election to request and submit their ballot by mail.
    • Voters who request a ballot by mail may return that ballot by mailing it or by dropping it off at their county election office.
    • Voters may also request a ballot in person at their county election office.
    • Voters may request to receive applications by mail automatically each year.
    • Voters may mail or hand-deliver their ballots until 8:00pm on Election Day.

The Pennsylvania League of Women Voters continues the fight against gerrymandering! Visit Fair Districts PA to get the latest updates and find out how you can help. 

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