Voters exit the polling place at St. John’s Episcopal Church on the square in Carlisle on Election Day in 2012. At stake in the Nov. 8, 2016 election is the presidency, and U.S. Senate, Congressional, state legislative offices and Pennsylvania row offices. CHRIS KNIGHT, The Patriot-News
(CHRIS KNIGHT, The Patriot-News)
Voters will head to the polls Nov. 8 to choose they candidates they want to represent them as president, in Congress, and in their state House and Senate districts.
PennLive teamed with The League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania to gather information from candidates for office across the state the 2016 Voters Guide. Whether you live in Harrisburg, Lancaster, Scranton or Pittsburgh, this Voters Guide that will tell you who is running for office from your area. Candidates were invited to provide information and answer questions, and you’ll find their unedited responses here.
It you don’t know what state legislative or Congressional district you live in, use this Pennsylvania Legislature search tool to find out.
Find your polling location and check your voter registration status using this Department of State tool.
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