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LOCK HAVEN – It’s deadline day.
Today is the deadline to register for residents of Pennsylvania who wish to vote in the May 18 municipal primary elections.
On Saturday, the Clinton County government posted a reminder on its Facebook page. He was reading:
The deadline to register to vote or to update your voter registration before the municipal primary election is Monday, May 3, 2021. The Clinton County Electoral Board encourages all eligible voters in Clinton County to make sure that they are registered and that the information is up to date.
Voters can choose the online voter registration system at www.votespa.com or obtain a copy of the voter registration form from the Clinton County Piper Building located at 2 Piper Way in Lock Haven.
Candidates using the online voter registration system must complete and submit their application by 11:59 p.m. on May 3. Traditional paper voter registration forms must be received at county voter registration offices before the close of business or postmarked by May 3.
For more information in Clinton County, PA, call (570) 893-4019.
In Clinton County, the ballot is fairly light. There are two county rank offices listed on the ballot this year and the two outgoing rank officers are unopposed for their respective third terms. Republican Treasurer Michelle Kunes and Democratic Coroner Zach Hanna have no opponents on either side.
There are four Keystone Central School Board seats on the ballot. Three incumbents applied for re-election, without opposition. They are Region II, Elisabeth Lynch; Region V, Board Chair Tracy Smith; and Region VII, Roger Elling. No one filed a petition in the IX region, the Renovo region. Eric Probert is the incumbent, but he said earlier this year that he would not be seeking a second four-year term.
In Center County, there is a race for a seat on the Bellefonte Borough Council. In the Bellefonte Ward 2 race, Randall Brachbill and Barbara Dann are on the hunt for the Republican nomination. No candidate stood in the democratic ballot.
For the Bellefonte School Board, six cross-candidates compete for four candidates for each – Jon Guizar, Jack Bechdel II, Jeffrey Steiner, Andrea Royer, Rodney Musser and Jordan Emely. Guizar, Bechdel, Steiner and Royer run on the “Win 4 Bellefonte” countryside.
In addition to voting in municipal and court races, voters in Pennsylvania will be required to vote “Yes” or “no” May 18 on four voting questions.
The three proposed constitutional amendments will determine the future of disaster emergency declarations, the governor’s power to declare in disasters, and the denial of equal rights on the basis of race or ethnicity. .
The fourth ballot question is a budget referendum that will determine whether Pennsylvania voters approve of making municipal fire companies with paid staff and EMS companies eligible for loans, thereby broadening the qualifications of loan applicants from the United States. State.
Polling stations will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, May 18.