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Midterm Election Day guide – Tuesday, November 8th

UNDATED – It is midterm election day in the Tri-County area.

Polls open at 7 this morning, and they will close at 8 tonight.

The major races on the ballot today include the race for Governor of Pennsylvania where Republican Doug Mastriano is facing Democrat Josh Shapiro.

The race for one of Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate seats has Democrat John Fetterman going against Republican Mehmet Oz.

Voters will also make choices in local races for the U.S. House of Representatives, as well as the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

An informative voter’s guide is available to you at connectradio.fm (sunny106.fm)

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If you would like more information pertaining to your local ballot, and the voting process in your home county, please visit the appropriate County Election Office website below:

Clearfield County — https://clearfieldco.org/election-central/

Jefferson County —  https://www.jeffersoncountypa.com/departments/commissioners/election-info/

Elk County —  https://www.co.elk.pa.us/index.php/quick-links-elections

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When do I vote?

Polls open at 7am and close at 8pm. Registered voters who are in line at 8pm will still be allowed to vote.

Where do I vote?

Your polling place depends on where you live. Most polling places are public buildings where large crowds can gather, such as town halls, fire stations, schools, church centers or community centers. To find your exact polling location, visit https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/Pages/PollingPlaceInfo.aspx

What do I need to bring?

You do not need your voter registration card, but you will need to be registered to vote and be able to know your voting location. If you are voting in an election district or precinct for the first time, you will need an approved form of identification, either photo or non-photo. No other voter will be asked to present an ID.