On Tuesday, voters in Pennsylvania will head to polling places to elect new municipal, school board and judicial officials.
Click here for a list of polling places and links to sample ballots, to learn exactly what you can expect in the voting booth.
In Montgomery County, Sharon Giamporcaro and Maureen Coggins, Republicans, are running against Gail Weilheimer and Steven C. Tolliver for two seats on the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas. Merry Woods and Joanne Cisco Olszewski are both running for two Jury Commissioner positions.
Spring-Ford Area School Director
None of the Region 1 races are contested. In the Primary Election, Kelly Spletzer won on the Republican and Democrat ballot, and Will Cromley did the same for the two-year term.
Todd Wolf is running on the Republican ballot in Region 2; Helen Karchner, a Republican, is running on the Democratic ballot.
Joe Ciresi and Tom DiBello, two current board members, are running against Robert A. Weber for two seats on the board.
Four Republicans and four democrats are facing off for four open seats on Royersford Borough Council.
Click here to learn about Republicans candidates Bruce D. Buckwalter, Sr., Paul Chrisman, Charles J. Bowers and John Grispon. Click here to learn about Anil Dham, Matt Stehman and David Stehman, running on the Democrat ticket. Shawnette Jones is also running as a Democrat, but did not return a Patch candidate profile.
John K. Guest Jr. and Sharon Romer are running unopposed for Royersford Mayor and Tax Collector, respectively.
Four candidates are running for two positions on the Limerick Township Board of Supervisors – Republican incumbents D. Elaine De Wan and Kenneth W. Sperring, Jr., and Democrats Leslie Bradley and Paul Reginald Siles.
Current tax collector Ryan Wall is running against local business owner Annamarie Hewitt Chestnut.
Spring City Borough
Republicans Daniel Bauman, Sr., Paul kern, Thomas E. Kratz and Louis S. DiGuiseppe are running against Erica Weiherer, James J. Burns, Eric D. O’Connor and write-in Keith Kreider. Click here for more information.
Michael A. Weiss is running on the Republican and Democrat ticket for Spring City Mayor; Mary Rex and Richard Pennypacker are running unopposed for Tax Collector and Auditor, respectively.