October 9 is the last day to register to vote and be eligible to vote in the November 6 elections.
Friday, October 5, 2012
The last day to register to vote to be eligible to vote in the November Presidential elections is looming. Tuesday, Oct. 9 is the last day to register to vote to qualify for the November elections. During the 2008 presidential elections, 6 million people didn't vote because they either didn't know how to register or because they missed the voter registration deadline, Patch reported previously. Don't be one of those 6 million this year! According to the Montgomery County Voter Services website, to register, voters must be 18 before the day of the elections, and have lived in Pennsylvania and in their election district for 30 days before the next general election. Voter registration application forms can be submitted either in person at the…
Nothing in the way of scandal or scourge at the polls today.
Having been up since 5am this morning, I find myself craving caffeine and have ducked into the East Norriton Starbucks to sate said urge. I'm also taking advantage of the free WiFi to update everyone on the goings on at the polls so far today. To be honest, there's not much to tell. If you were expecting short fuses, impassioned partisans bickering by the doors and voting machine malfunctions you are going to be sadly disappointed. In fact, the poll workers and voters I've encountered so far today are positively chipper. They're enjoying their jobs and taking the opportunity to chat with their neighbors over coffee and a donut. Candidates and office-holders staking out the polls are swapping stories and cheerfully introducing themselves to…
Stabile to face Wecht and Covey to face Boockvar in general election.
Election results as of 12:34 a.m., May 18, with 9,067 of 9,248 districts (98.11 percent) reporting statewide. PA Superior Court Republican Vic Stabile* – 369,280 votes, 65.5 percent Paula A. Patrick – 194,716 votes, 34.5 percent Democrat David N. Wecht* – 590,489 votes, 100 percent Judge of the Commonwealth Court Republican Paul P. Panepinto – 167,950 votes, 29.8 percent Anne Covey* – 395,217 votes, 70.2 percent Democrat Kathryn Boockvar* – 305,407 votes, 50.4 percent Barbara Behrend Ernsberger – 300,138 votes, 49.6 percent * Will appear on the 2011 General Election ballot Please note: These election results are unofficial until certified by the county.