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Howard's Inc, Coudersport, PA

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Thursday, October 30, 2008

Pennsylvania is Ready for Nov. 4 General Election

Governor Edward G. Rendell reminds Pennsylvanians
to exercise the most fundamental right by voting in the
General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 4. The Department
of State reports a record 8.7 million people are
registered to vote.

Voting is Easiest at Off-Peak Times
Statewide, polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.

Because of expected high turnout, voters are

encouraged to visit their polling place at an off-peak

time – late morning or early afternoon – to help

reduce waiting times.

Voting for the First Time? Bring ID
All voters who appear at a polling place for the
first time must show proof of identification. Acceptable
forms of ID can be found at VotesPA.com.


How Do I Vote?
Voting is an easy process – it’s certainly nothing

to be afraid of. In Pennsylvania, there are many

different types of voting systems in use. You can

familiarize yourself with the system used in your

county right here.

Where Do I Vote?
If you’re unsure where your polling place is

located, you can find out here. Or, contact your

county elections office listed in the government

section of your local phone book.

Poll Workers Are Trained and Ready
The state’s nearly 50,000 poll workers are

prepared for a record-setting election. Poll workers

monitor the election process and play an important

role in ensuring a secure election. The Department

of State has worked with counties all year to train

poll workers.

Need More Information?
Visit VotesPA.com for answers to your questions.

You can also call the toll-free voter hotline,

1-877-VOTES-PA (1-877-868-3772) or call your

county board of elections.

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