It's Election Day and Norristown Patch has put together a voting guide for some of our neighbors in Upper Merion. We've got sample ballots you can download, a guide to which candidates are running for what seats and the locations of all your local polling places.
Bridgeport and King of Prussia residents have the following options of candidates to choose from (click on the candidate's name to go to their campaign website):
For President & Vice President
- Republicans Mitt Romney & Paul Ryan
- Democrats Barack Obama & Joe Biden
- Green Party Jill Stein & Cheri Honkala
- Libertarian Gary Johnson & James P. Gray
For U.S Senator
Representative in Congress – District 13
Senator in the General Assembly – District 17
Representative in the General Assembly – District 149
Voters also have the option to write in the name of a candidate of their choice. You can download a copy of the sample ballot for each voting district in Bridgeport and King of Prussia in our PDF section.
The Polling Places
Not sure what voting district you live in? Check our maps in the PDF section and find your district.
Polls will be open in Pennsylvania from 7 a.m to 8 p.m. Poll workers may ask you for a valid photo ID, but you are not required to present photo ID to vote in this election.
Here are the polling places for each district:
Bridgeport 1 – Bridgeport Borough Garage, Mill Street
Bridgeport 2 – St. Peter & Paul's Ukranian Church, 530 Hurst Street
Bridgeport 3 – Bridgeport Borough Garage, Fourth Street
King of Prussia 1 & 2 – Temple Brith Achim Synagogue, 481 S. Gulph Road
Still need more help finding your polling place? Text your full address to 877877 and you'll get a text back telling you where your polling place is located. SMS text charges apply.
Most importantly, get out and vote today. It's your right and your privilege.