Voting by the numbers

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Elections are all about the numbers; Pennsylvania has 8,478,509 million people registered and poised to vote during Tuesday’s midterm election.

“This is a very critical election in which Pennsylvania will vote for a new U.S. Senator, members of the U.S House, a new governor, many state senators and all state House members,” said Secretary of the Commonwealth Basil Merenda.

The polls at Pennsylvania’s more than 9200 precincts open at 7am and close at 8 pm. Merenda says anyone standing in line by 8 will get to vote.

“I urge every registered voter to go to the polls to make these important choices,” said Merenda.

The Department of State found that there are 4,311,203 registered Democratic voters, 3,132,039 registered Republicans, and 1,035,267 Libertarian and independent voters.

For more information about voting head over to VotesPa

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