On October 12th, the League of Women Voters of Bucks County and the Bucks County Chamber of Commerce presented a forum to ask questions of the candidates for the 1st Congressional District of Pennsylvania. The forum guests were Republican U.S.
Don't worry if you change your mind and now, rather than return a mailed ballot via mail, want to return it in-person to the Bucks County Board of Elections or choose to vote in person on November 3rd at the polls.
Go to www.vote411.org to find your congressional and state House and Senate districts, read candidates’ answers to questions, and build your own ballot to help in filling out the official one. But if you prefer your voting guide in print, read more.
Videos, FAQ sheets, a virtual youth voter registration PowerPoint, and the general election voters’ guide have been released by the League of Women Voters of Bucks County to aid county residents in registering to vote, becoming informed, and parti