PA election day approaches, Acting Sec. of State issues reminder of online resources

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Election day in Pennsylvania is coming up on Tuesday, November 7.

On that day from 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. registered voters will have the chance to elect:

Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
Judge of the Superior Court of Pennsylvania
Judge of the Commonwealth Court
Judge of the Court of Common Pleas
Judge of the Municipal Court (Philadelphia)
County, school board, and local seats such as mayor, city or borough council member, township commissioner or supervisor, magisterial district judges, and precinct election officials

As the day approaches, Acting Secretary of State, Robert Torres has issued a reminder to citizens that all information relating to registration and the voting process is available on

On this website, Torres states that voters can:

Confirm their voter registration status
Locate their polling place and get directions
Find contact information for each county election office
View a demonstration video of the voting system used in each county
File a complaint if they encounter any difficulty or questionable situation at the polling place

“VotesPA is a valuable resource for voters as they go to the polls on November 7,” Torres said. “We encourage all eligible voters to be fully informed about their rights and what they can expect at the polling place.”

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