Statewide races on Tuesday’s ballot include those for Pennsylvania Supreme Court, Superior Court, and Commonwealth Court.
Among the local races are the county-wide election for District Attorney and Sheriff, both of which the Republican candidates are running unopposed. There’s also a race for the County Register of Wills and Clerk of the Orphans Court, Mayor of the city of Lebanon, three seats on Lebanon City Council, an open seat for one of the two Magisterial District Judge seats within the city of Lebanon and school director races in all six of the county’s public school districts.
Township supervisors, auditors, tax collectors, borough council members, state constable and other municipal offices are also on the ballot.
President Judge John Tylwalk is also up to retention to Lebanon County’s Court of Common Pleas.
Polls open at 7AM tomorrow and will remain open until 8PM. If you’re in line to vote at 8PM at your polling place, you will still be able to vote.