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PFB Election Guide

 

Pennsylvania Farm Bureau encourages members to be engaged in elections.

 

Voting gives you a voice in choosing the leaders who will make importantVoting gives you a voice in choosing the leaders who will make importantdecisions that affect farming and rural life throughout Pennsylvania. And itincreases the clout of agriculture and rural communities in the political process.Your participation in elections sends a clear message to leaders in Harrisburg and Washington that farmers and rural residents vote and the issues that are important to them should be given consideration.

 

PFB produces this guide to the upcoming Nov. 3 election as a service toPFB produces this guide to the upcoming Nov. 3 election as a service tomembers. You’ll find details about candidates running for president, state rowoffices and Congress. You’ll also learn which candidates for General Assemblyhave been endorsed by FARMER, PFB’s political action committee. Additional information about candidates running for open seats in the General Assembly canbe found below. For each office, candidates and responsesare presented in alphabetical order by last name.

 

Voter information

The deadline to register to vote is Oct. 19.

 

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Nov. 3. Pennsylvania law also allows voting via mail-in ballots. You can apply for a mail-in ballot via your county elections office or online at VotesPA.com/ApplyMailBallot. Due to the large number of people expected to vote by mail this year due to COVID-19 and the added turnout of a presidential election year, you should plan to send in your ballot (if you are voting by mail) as early as possible. The deadline to apply for a mail-inballot is Oct. 27.

 

For questions and concerns on election day, you can contact your county elections office or call the state hotline, 1.877.868.3772. More information is available at VotesPa.com.