Thursday, April 15, 2021

Early Voting Now Available at NorCo Courthouse

One of the biggest changes to Pennsylvania's election l;aw is early voting. Many people, including Executive Lamont McClure, voted that way in last year's Presidential election. This year's municipal primary, is set for May 18. But starting yesterday, you can vote early by appearing at the courthouse elections office and requesting a ballot. 

Early voting will continue, Monday thru Friday, between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, until May 11. 

Let's say you'd like to vote but never registered. You can kill two birds with one stone and do both. 

If you wish to register or vote early, you must have ID and fill out a request for a ballot. 

If you've applied to vote by mail, as I have, you are ineligible for early voting. 

If you'd prefer to vote at your precinct, and hope there's a bake sale, that option will be available on May 18. 

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Vote early, and vote often!

Anonymous said...

"If you wish to register or vote early, you must have ID and fill out a request for a ballot." What a bunch of racist BS!

John G said...

How is that racist? Or is that sarcasm?

Anonymous said...

Please explain to me what makes that racist.

Anonymous said...

And no one see a problem with this? Why can't mail in votes be only for real absentee reason like 2 years ago. Not just for the reason of I don't want to stand in line to vote?

Anonymous said...

They are references to Georgia's recently passed so-called racist voter bill, that expands early voting and requires the same proof of ID and prohibitions against electioneering as PA and many other states. NorCo runs model clean elections that require proper identification to vote. PA and NorCo don't assume that minorities are stupid and can't find the social security office or DMV.

Anonymous said...

will it be be like in the fall when the same people came in multiple times a week with MULTIPLE ballots to stuff the ballot box in the rotunda?? They were not Trumpers btw....

Anonymous said...

Internet voting is next