Primary elections typically have the lowest voter turnout. But the primary on Tuesday, May 20 is going to determine who will represent their party in the championship races this fall for Governor, U.S. Congressional Representative, State Senator and State Representative – all of which will have a huge influence on local residents over the coming years.
In Cranberry, voting district lines will remain unchanged from the previous election, but two of the polling booth locations have changed.
District West 3 is moving from the Bible Baptist Church to the Municipal Center’s Council Chambers.
District West 5 will move from Council Chambers to Oldenski Hall at St. Ferdinand’s Church.
To confirm your district location and find out where that district votes, visit the link below: