A primary election reminder

Pennsylvania’s 2016 primary election is tomorrow, April 26. Democrats and Republicans will be selecting their respective parties’ candidates for president, U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives and state House of Representatives. The winners of those primaries will run in November’s general election.

Additionally, all registered voters in Pennsylvania’s 9th Senate District will be able to vote in the special election for state Senate. Voters do not have to be registered as either Democrat or Republican to vote in that election.

Democrat Marty Molloy and incumbent Republican state Rep. Tom Killion are seeking to take the Senate seat vacated when for former state Sen. Dominic F. Pileggi was election to Delaware County Court of Common Pleas in November.

All registered voters in Concord Township will also be able to vote on a ballot question asking whether Concord should operate under a proposed home rule charter or continue as a township of the second class, operating under the Second Class Township Code.

There are no Republicans on the primary election ballot in Pennsylvania’s 158th Legislative District. However, Perry Bentley and Eric Roe have been running write-in campaigns. Also running a write-in campaign on the Republican side is Democrat Susan Rzucudlo, who is on the Democratic Party ballot.

Polling places will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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