Posts Tagged: voting
It’s been one week since the general election and it’s definitely creating flashbacks to the year 2000 and the challenges that followed the Bush/Gore presidential contest. At that time, it was Florida in the limelight, as the results there were … Read more
From the Desk of Michael Geer, President
Ever call, email or write a letter to an elected official asking them to support a pro-life bill… or oppose one that would expand abortion? You probably have. Me too.
The truth is … Read more
We are now one week from Election Day, Tuesday, November 3rd.
We’re being bombarded with campaign ads on television, radio, social media, and in our mailbox. These ads may or may not cover the issues you are interested in.
Visit … Read more
As we look at Pennsylvania election results, one thing is clear: It was an unusually confusing election, due to the unprecedented number of mail-in ballots (new this year) and the COVID-19 crisis. The other surprise in the midst of this … Read more
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, … Read more
We are less than three weeks away from Pennsylvania’s next election on Tuesday, November 5th and, as always, we at the Pennsylvania Family Council want to help you make informed decisions about your candidates for various positions. Thanks to the support … Read more
When you go to the polls on Tuesday, May 21st, you will be voting on a variety of positions. These may include judges, school board, city council, township supervisor, county commissioner, other municipal positions, … Read more
Our General Election Voter Guide is the most comprehensive statewide voter guide in Pennsylvania!
The print guide covers U.S. Senate, U.S. House, Governor, and State Senate.
Tuesday, November 7th, 2017 is Election Day. Voters across Pennsylvania will be voting for municipal offices (Mayor, City Council, Township Supervisor, Sheriff, Recorder of Deeds, School Board member, etc.) and Judicial candidates.
To help you in your voting decisions, Pennsylvania … Read more
On November 8th, Pennsylvanians will be voting for the top watchdogs of the state – the State Row Offices: Attorney General, Auditor General and State Treasurer. What are the primary roles and responsibilities of these positions?
The Attorney … Read more