It has been a week now since the primary election. And it has been tough trying to keep up with the changing vote tally as the county voter services gets through all the mail-in and absentee ballots as well as processing the provisional ballots that were voted at the polling locations. There were a limited number of contested races, but we now have a pretty clear picture on those.
Quick guidance for election day: how to get ready, voting in person, voting by mail.
With not much time left to return ballots for the June 2 primary by mail, consider dropping your voted ballot in the 24/7 drop box in West Chester. Or contact Voter Services directly to check the status of your ballot. Details inside.
Five polling places have been consolidated for the June 2 primary. Check to see whether your polling place has changed.
After 20 years of gains that have strongly accelerated since 2018, Democrats have a plurality of voter registrations in this former Republican stronghold.
PA’s new vote-by-mail rules make it easy to vote safely from home in the 2020 primary and general elections.