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Voters’ guide to Nov. 5 election now available online at Vote411

Voters can now access the League of Women Voters of Bucks County (LWVBC) online Voters’ Guide at for the Nov. 5 Municipal Election.

Personalized ballots, information provided directly by candidates, help in finding polling locations, who to contact in the event of Election Day problems, and much more are available on this site managed by the League of Women Voters’ Education Fund.

Volunteers from LWVBC set up the website to include all 165 of the county races prior to the primary election. A total of 370 candidates have been sent an email from LWVBC again with a secure link to access their profile pages and the opportunity to add or edit their responses ahead of the upcoming Municipal Election. Candidates are advised to contact the League at if they have questions.

The online Voters’ Guide also has content added by the state League, including a proposed amendment to the Constitution of Pennsylvania, a Pennsylvania Superior Court Judge race and four judicial retention questions that will be on all Pennsylvanians’ ballots.

Online absentee ballot applications and mail absentee ballot applications can be accessed at the  Bucks County Board of Elections. The completed application must be received by the Bucks County Board of Elections at 55 East Court Street in Doylestown by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 29. The voted civilian absentee ballots must be returned to the Board of Elections by 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 1. Voted ballots may also be delivered in person, by the voter, to the Board of Elections in Doylestown. The Board of Elections can be reached at (215) 348- 6154.

The League of Women Voters does not support or oppose any candidates or parties. Learn more about LWVBC online, or by calling (215) 230-9986.

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