Voters will head to the polls on Nov. 6. In Montgomery County, those polls will be open from 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Here is a guide for Lower Provience residents on the location of township voting places and who's on the ballot.
Where to Vote
If you want to make sure you're registered to vote, or you forget where to vote, click here to visit the Montgomery County Board of Elections.
In addition, the county's voter services website provides the addresses of each polling place throughout the township.
Also, both political parties will often help voters get to the polls.
- Montgomery County Democratic Committee: 610-272-2000
- Montgomery County Republican Committee: 610-279-9300
Who's on Your Ballot
The Montgomery County Board of Elections allows readers to view the entire ballot for each voting district online prior to Election Day.
Below is a quick reference of candidates, as found on Lower Providence ballots. Please note, there are also other-party candidates found on the ballots. Refer to the sample ballots for the full list of available candidates.
- Tom Smith (R)
- Bob Casey, Jr. (D)
- David J. Freed (R)
- Kathleen G. Kane (D)
- John Maher (R)
- Robert M. McCord (D)
U.S. Representative, 6th District:
- Jim Gerlach (R)
- Manan E. Trivedi (D)
Also, in the above media gallery, are two sample ballots, reflecting specific, regional races as follows:
Lower Providence places 1-1, 1-2, 2-3, 2-4 and 3-3 have the PA Representative District 150 on its ballot:
- Mike Vereb (R)
- Kelly Devine (D)
Lower Providence polling places 2-1, 2-2, 3-1, 3-2, 3-4 have the PA Representative District 157 on its ballot:
- Warren Kampf (R)
- Paul Drucker (D)
More 2012 Patch Elections Information:
- Helpful Apps for Election 2012
- Pa. Voter ID Law On Hold Until After Presidential Election
- According to the county's voters' service wesbite, the deadline for receipt of completed Absentee Ballots by the Montgomery County Board of Elections has been extended to no later than Monday, November 5, 2012, at 5 p.m.