Want to vote in November? The deadline is approaching quickly

Ron Southwick | October 3, 2019, Harrisburg Patriot News

If you’re hoping to cast a ballot in the November election and you haven’t registered to vote, time is running out.

The deadline to register to vote in the fall election is Oct. 7. Next month, voters will cast ballots in judicial, county, municipal and school board races. It may be an “off-year” since the presidential election is a year away, but these races determine who will set local property tax rates, oversee schools and protect the public.

Voters will also be asked if they want to amend the constitution to clarify the rights of crime victims.

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Pa. primary elections 2019: A voter’s guide for Allegheny County and beyond

Julian Routh | Thursday, May 16, 2019, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

For voters in Western Pennsylvania, the municipal primary elections on May 21 are a chance to have a say in the day-to-day governing of city and county governments and school boards and in who becomes judges.

Even though there’ll be a general election in November, many of the candidates that voters choose in the primary will be on a fast track to power, with no official challengers declared on the other side. Pittsburgh City Council seats? The Democrats who win their primaries next week will almost certainly be sworn in next January. Allegheny County District Attorney? Same thing.

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Podcast – C&G’s “The Public Forum” on KQV 1410 – August 26, 2016

In case you missed it, here is the Podcast from our two minute drive time segment that aired on Friday, August 26, 2016, on KQV 1410, “Back to school. Time to pay attention!” by Rob Vescio.

Our next segment will air on Friday, September 9, 2016, at 8:12 a.m. and 5:12 p.m.

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If you have questions please contact Michelle Vezzani at mvezzani@cohenlaw.com or the public affairs professional with whom you work.

Today on “The Public Forum” on KQV Radio 1410

The Public Forum is a two minute drive time segment that will air every other Friday on KQV 1410 and will discuss current topics impacting Harrisburg, D.C. and the business community.

Today’s topic is “Back to school. Time to pay attention!” by Rob Vescio.  Listen this morning at 8:12 a.m. or this afternoon at 5:12 p.m. on KQV Radio 1410.

We hope you will listen!!!

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If you have questions please contact Michelle Vezzani at mvezzani@cohenlaw.com or the public affairs professional with whom you work.

Today on “The Public Forum” on KQV Radio 1410

The Public Forum is a two minute drive time segment that will air every other Friday on KQV 1410 and will discuss current topics impacting Harrisburg, D.C. and the business community.

Today’s topic is “Trump to boost the economy but not his poll numbers?” by Brian Turk. Listen this morning at 8:12 a.m. or this afternoon at 5:12 p.m. on KQV Radio 1410.

We hope you will listen!!!

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If you have questions please contact Michelle Vezzani at mvezzani@cohenlaw.com or the public affairs professional with whom you work.