Lou Barletta, Candidate for PA Governor, will hold a meet and greet on Thursday, July 29th, 2021 at the Union Township Fire Company Social Hall (40 Municipal Lane Winfield, PA 17889) from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm. The event is free and refreshments will be served. No need to RSVP.
Note, Mark & Irene are not endorsing any candidates for Governor at this time. We believe that voters should get out and meet all the candidates running and be informed. There are several seeking this position. We were asked to share this information and hope many get to know Lou and the other candidates running. PA Governor and US Senate positions will be on the ballot in 2022. Although it is important that we take the US House and PA Governor offices in 2022, today’s main focus should be in electing good constitutional judges to the court system. http://www.pagop.org/meet-our-2021-candidates/
Having Donald Trump as my president has been so refreshing.
He was a president who paid great respect to God, American values, our flag, our police, our military, and the lives of the unborn. He set in motion the path to greater economic progress which affects my present life and my retirement.
I intend to stay connected to the movement that he started. Thank you Donald Trump for four great years.
Thank you Mark Redmond for a great Letter to the Editor in 1/22/2021 Sunbury Daily Item.
Dick Thornburgh, who as Pennsylvania governor won plaudits for his cool handling of the 1979 Three Mile Island crisis and as U.S. attorney general restored credibility to a Justice Department hurt by the Iran-Contra scandal, has died. He was 88. (click to continue reading).
Hand deliver the ballot to your county board of elections before 8:00 pm on Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
Take your mail in ballot and the envelope it was to be mailed in to the polls and give to the election workers; they will destroy the mail in ballot and you will be allowed to vote at the polls.
Note, you must have both items (ballot and the envelop to mail) in order to do a regular vote at the polls. If you do not have both you will not be allowed to vote at the polls. If you do not have both you can vote provisional, when and if the provisional ballot will be counted will only be determined if the election is close and if they prove you did not by mail in.