Indiana County NAACP Encourages Voting In Municipal Election | Community news


The Indiana County NAACP is reinforcing with county residents the importance of voting in the upcoming November 2 election.

Monday is the last day to register to vote in this election, which includes races for these positions:

• State-wide and local judges: Pennsylvania is the only state to hold an election for the state Supreme Court in 2021. Also on the ballot are races for the superior and Commonwealth courts of Pennsylvania and the Indiana County Court of Common Pleas.

• County government offices: races for register of wills and register of deeds, treasurer and coroner are on the ballot.

• Boards of directors for all school districts

• Township supervisors or members of the borough council for each municipality in the county

• Tax collector, police officer, auditor and election administration positions for each municipality in the county

The Indiana County NAACP encourages residents to make their voices heard by voting in any of the following ways:

• In their enclosure between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. on polling day, November 2

• In person at the voter registration desk in the basement of the Indiana County Courthouse, open Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

• By mail or mail ballot, which can be sent or dropped off at the voter registration office, Indiana County Court House, 825 Philadelphia St., Indiana, PA 15701

Those who are not registered to vote can do so before Monday at Those not sure if they are registered can contact Voter Services at (724) 465-3852, open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Other important dates related to the 2021 municipal elections:

• October 26: last day to request a postal or postal ballot. Go to

• November 2: election day. The polling stations are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. See

• November 2: postal and postal ballot papers must be received before 8 p.m. Seeé.

The Indiana County NAACP urges area residents to vote in the 2021 municipal election. Contact the NAACP for assistance at (724) 762-4162, naacp.In [email protected], or visit his Facebook page at


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