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Jack Nagle

Election Law Reform

CDC member Jack Nagle leads election law consensus meeting

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Friend of the Community Award

Left to right –LWV-CDC member Joanna Nealon, Rabbi Linda Potemken, LWV-CDC President Barbara Amstutz, Carol Briselli, Reisa Mukamal and LWV-CDC Vice President Jane Brennan. 

Central Delaware County

Serving the people of Aston, Brookhaven, Chester, Concord, Edgmont, Haverford Township, Lansdowne, Marple, Media, Middletown, Morton, Nether Providence, Newtown, Ridley, Ridley Park, Rose Valley, Rutledge, Springfield, Swarthmore, Thornbury, Upper Darby & Upper Providence.

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PA Department of State Unofficial Delaware County Primary Election Returns 



Processing Delaware County Primary  Election Ballots Live

Over 1.8 million Pennsylvania voters had applied for a mail-in ballot since the onset of COVID-19 and in Delaware County alone over 90,000 registered voters applied for mail-in ballots. Because of this large number of mail-in ballots all paper ballots either mail-in, absentee, provisional and those completed at a polling location must now be scanned by the staff of the Delaware County Election Bureau using the high-speed scanners that are hard wired over a secure network tied to the Pennsylvania Department of State which is the agency in charge of elections in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 

In the past Delaware County citizens were able to attend the counting of absentee ballots but because of COVID-19 restrictions this is not possible. However in the light of conducting transparent elections the process is being video streamed for citizens to watch the process in real-time Click Here to Watch .


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The Critical Importance of the 2020 Census in Delaware County

Information on the 2020 census: Check Out Our Census Issue Page - Click Here

 Invitations to the 2020 Census will be delivered between March 12-20. April 1: Census Day is observed nationwide. Once the invitation arrives, you should respond for your household in one of three ways: online, by phone, or by mail. Additional Links: Background information  2020census.gov/en.html# and Online Questionnaire: my2020census.gov/


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