VOTE! June 2 is Primary Election Day.

May 8, 2020 | 6 comments | Posted in Politics, Voting | Tags: , , , ,

The current pandemic — and the actions of our government leaders in response to it —  is demonstrating for all to see just how important it is that we vote and vote wisely.  Our partners like you already understand that, and it’s why our Pennsylvania Voter Guides are always in demand.  

For this June 2 primary election, our online voters guide will be available very soon.

Races on the ballot include State House, State Senate (odd-numbered districts only), Attorney General, Auditor General, State Treasurer, U.S. House and President. In-person polling places will be open, but some polling locations may change.

And please note this important change:  Pennsylvanians now have the option to mail in your ballot –  but you must request one.

The deadline to apply for a mail-in ballot is 5:00 p.m. on May 26. Visit

Oh, and if you’re not registered, the deadline to register to vote is May 18, 2020.


Lynn Bucy

We would like to know who the most family Christian friendly candidates are in Berks County. We don’t see where you have a regular voter guide for the primaries. Where there are most than one choice even among Republicans, we would like to know who are most family friendly. Can you provide such a list as you have in the past?

Carolyn Logan

So for sure we are allowed to vote live in person at our polling place?
Governor Wolf can’t change this at the last minute?

Emily Kreps

You can vote in person at your polling location, but they are also providing the mail-in option.

Emily Kreps

We are not doing printed versions of the primary voter’s guide. You can share our online guide via email, social media, etc.


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