Sunday, May 19, 2013
Find your poll location and ballot summary in Broomall and Newtown Square.
Do you know where to go to vote on Primary Election Day? If not, you can use the handy Google Voter Info embed above to find the location of your designated polling place. Simply enter the address where you're registered to vote. This tool's data has been updated to reflect changes that may have been caused by Hurricane Sandy. For information on where your local polling place is located simply click here and fill out: A search result will show the closest voting spot and it will even provide directions on how to get there. The polls will be open for the casting of ballots from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on May 21 for Election Day. Should you be in line at 8 p.m. waiting to vote, the county assures that you will still be permitted to vote. But if you…
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Find out how Pennsylvania voted in the 2012 presidential election.
Patch went around snapping shots of around the Marple Newtown community for the 2012 general election on Tuesday, Nov. 6.
The Marple Newtown community took to the polls to cast their votes on Tuesday, Nov. 6. View the photos above to see what we captured on this Election Day. Missed out on Patch's live blogging during the day? Read a recap of what happened around town on Tuesday when the polls were open: 7:10 a.m. Loomis Elementary School (Marple Twp, Ward 4): There are about 20 people waiting in line outside the school. Expect about a 15-minute wait. Note: Marple Township: There's a big bake sale happening at Loomis Elementary School. Voters can enjoy baked goods, pretzels and drinks as they wait to vote. They will be sold all day until they run out. The bake sale benefits the fifth-grade class. 12:05 p.m. Paxon Hollow Middle School, Marple Twp (Ward 7): …
Republican incumbent House of Representative member Tom Killion (R-168) bests democratic challenger Beth Alois.
Long-serving House member Tom Killion won the 168th District race against democratic challenger Beth Alois in the 2012 general election Tuesday, Nov. 6. According to the PA Elections Returns website, Killion received 57.5 percent or 17,578 of registered votes in the 168th District while Alois received 42.5 percent or 13,000 votes. Patch caught up with Killion on Tuesday morning as he was voting in his district at the Easter Seals in Middletown Township. The Republican incumbent appeared calm and confident about the 168th District race as he went to cast his vote. Killion noted Alois had worked hard on her campaign but had no doubts that he would win the race. "I've been involved for 30 years and have been serving in the community …
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Find out how Delaware County's state representatives fared in this year's election.
Polls in Delaware County will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. for voting on Tuesday, November 6 in Pennsylvania.
Saturday, November 3, 2012
Still not sure who to vote for in Tuesday's election? Take a look at the candidates you'll find on the ballot, from Presidential to Pennsylvania and local races.
Tuesday, Nov. 6, is Election Day. Below are the candidates you'll see on your ballot along with links to their websites. President of the United States U.S. Senate Pennsylvania Attorney General Pennsylvania Auditor General Pennsylvania State Treasurer U.S. House of Representatives in Pennsylvania 7th Congressional District Pennsylvania House of Representatives District 161 District 165 District 166 District 168
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Here's a map of voting locations for Marple and Newtown residents.
The polls will be open for the casting of ballots from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on April 25 for Primary Election Day. Should you be in line at 8 p.m. waiting to vote, the county assures that you will still be permitted to vote. But if you get in line once the polls have closed, voters will not be permitted to vote and will be strictly enforced. Unofficial election results will be posted on the county website here. Make sure you click on the image "Unofficial Election Results" in the middle of the homepage. They will not include absentee ballots, provisional ballots or write-in votes. Results generally begin posting after 9 p.m. If you're voting in a new ward or precinct, even if you've voted in a different district or precinct previously, you …
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
With both Marple and Newtown townships holding uncontested races, despite a contested county council and school board race, Election Day was fairly slow in the Marple Newtown community.
An off-year election, a low voter turnout was seen across Marple and Newtown townships despite contested Marple Newtown School Board and Delaware County Council races. Around 5 p.m., Marple Township Board of Commissioners Vice President John Lucas (R-4th Ward) said by the end of Tuesday, he expected to see about a 20 to 25 percent voter turnout in his ward. "Normally we have about 15 to 20 people to vote standing out the door [at Loomis Elementary School] but today we had two," said Lucas. "When you get to local races, particularly the judges and school board races, the turnout is much less." Newtown Township's first precinct is the largest and their polling polling place at Newtown Public Library is one of the busiest, but on Election Day…
Will you be in a voting booth today?
With Election Day here, there are plenty of candidates to choose from. So while many are brushing up on the many candidates who are running for office in the Marple Newtown School District, Marple and Newtown townships and Delaware County, the question must be asked: Will you be voting today? Take the poll and explain in the comments section why you chose your answer.