BB has prepared a nice voter's guide for the City of Pittsburgh and Highland Park, our neighborhood.
I wrote this up for our church's weekly email. They reprinted portions of it in Sunday's bulliten.
Tuesday, May 15 is Primary Election Day in Allegheny County. If you are registered as a Democrat or a Republican, you can vote for people in your party.
If you don't care about who will be running in November for Judicial, City Council and School Board, don't show up on Tuesday...but you seem like the sort of person that DOES care, so here are some resources from the OD's own public librarian, SW, who will be working the polls on Tuesday...(if the Fulton School is your polling place, stop by and say hey!)
Click on some links, talk to your neighbors that have lawn signs up, and go vote on Tuesday. The polls open at 7 AM and close at 8 PM.
I'm not registered--but I want to vote in November (about.com)
FAQs about Voting (League of Women Voters)
Where do I go to vote? (Pennsylvania Dept of State)
Smart Voters site (Judicial races)
Pittsburgh League of Young Voters (videos of folks running) The L of YV are our neighbors at in the Union Project. You can contact them at 412.728.2197 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who's running in which races (League of Women Voters)
Granted, these links are only helpful if you live near me, but the League of Women Voters and the League of Young Voters are excellent sources nationwide.
Go Vote!! It's your civic duty. If you can't vote, go register so you can in Novemba!
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