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Today is a beautiful day to get out and cast your vote!
Today: Mostly Sunny High: 67
It’s Election Day 2014!
Today voters in PA are voting to decide who will be the next governor, in the most expensive Gubernatorial race ever! In the suburbs, it’s the congressional seat showdown and nationwide voters will decide who will take control of the U.S. Senate.
If you are in a state with ballot questions, please make sure you read the questions carefully before casting your vote.
A co-worker informed me that one of the questions in his state was, “Should the state get rid of bail?” We’re talking about the bail that gets a person out jail if arrested on suspicion of a crime. He was a little taken back by the question, so please know before you go to the polls what questions are on your ballot. And once again, please read them carefully.
PA Voter ID law
The PA Voter ID law is NOT in effect. Poll workers should ask ONLY first-time voters in a division for ID.
Committee of Seventy
If you have any problems, complaints or questions about voting, call the Committee of Seventy at the new hotline number 1-855-SEVENTY.
More Voting Info:
If you want to check your voter status and/or make sure your address is correct, you can go to
If you are not sure where you need to go to vote today, go to www.Vote411.org.
If you are not sure of what you are voting for on the ballot, please go to www.Ballotpedia.org.
Remember, all polls in the tri-state closed at 8pm.
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