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Archive: Voter Education

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Bipartisan bill would open Pennsylvania primary elections

By Paul Fedore / May 20, 2022
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According to a 2020 report to the general assembly of Pennsylvania regarding the Administration of Voter Registration, more than 1.3 million voters were registered as independent or unaffiliated. Therefore, over a million people did not have the opportunity to vote in the primary elections that year, because Pennsylvania is one of only 11 states that […]

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Pennsylvania’s 2022 Redistricting Process is Complete

By Paul Fedore / March 28, 2022
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After months of a very long and confusing redistricting process, the state of Pennsylvania has now approved Congressional, House, and Senate district maps. The interactive maps can be explored at the Pennsylvania Redistricting site and at Redistricting & You: PA. On Wednesday, March 16th, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania entered an Order stating that the Final […]

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Your reminder to vote, and helpful information on voter registration and mail-in voting

By Paul Fedore / October 8, 2021
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It’s that time of year again, right before the holiday season. Halloween is at the end of this month, Election Day and Thanksgiving are just around the corner, and Christmas and the New Year will be here before we know it! Just after Halloween, another day that many are preparing for will occur: the municipal […]

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Learn where Cecil Township Supervisor candidates stand on our environment

By Paul Fedore / May 14, 2021
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The Center for Coalfield Justice has been working with Cecil Township residents on increasing government engagement, transparency, and protecting the health and environment of the community. As part of this effort, we developed a questionnaire and sent it to every candidate running for Cecil Township Supervisor in the Primary Election. We did not receive a […]

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