Emily Previti and Ed Mahon | Tuesday, May 28, 2019, PA Post
UPPER MERION TWP. – As Jeff Frank strode out of his polling place on a recent Tuesday morning, poll watchers thanked him for voting.
“Have a great day – enjoy the complaints as they come out the door,” Frank responded.
Municipal elections tend to be relatively quiet – even in Montgomery County, which consistently turns out a higher number of voters than any other county in the state but more-populous Philadelphia and Allegheny counties.