is determined by the people who show up. -- Larry J. Sabato
The next election is a primary election, in which candidates from the same party run against each other. Primary elections are held in May. Go to What's On the Ballot for specific information on candidates.
62% of active voters in Lansdowne voted in the Nov. 2022 general election. The 5th precinct did the best, with 74% of their registered voters going to the poll.
It is easy to vote by mail.
The last day to register to vote before that election will be in April.
The last day to apply for a mail-in ballot will be in April.
However, if you have not already applied for a mail-in ballot, you can go to the Voter Services Center in Media to do so in person. You will be receive a mail-in ballot, which you can complete and submit on the spot!
Govt. Center Building
201 W. Front Street, Media, PA
Mon-Fri: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Additional hours may be added.
Another resource is the
PA Voter Services hotline at (877-868-3772) or 1-877-VOTESPA
A healthy democracy is only possible with active voter engagement.
Did you know?
Out of 35 developed countries, the United States ranks 31st in voter participation.
One of every five eligible voters in the United States is not even registered.
An even larger percent of those registered do not bother to vote.
Voter turnout is especially low in primaries and local elections.
thank you to
everyone who voted,
whether by mail or in person, at the last Election, in Nov. 2022.
thanks also to everyone who helped before, during, and after the official election day to ensure that things went smoothly here in lansdowne.
And a special Lansdowne votes thank you to our super donor, Marty Von Rosenstiel, and our super volunteer, Harry Kalish!
Kids in Mock Voting Booth
at Lansdowne Farmers Market (pre-pandemic)
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The Lansdowne Votes Campaign
does not endorse any candidate
and is not affiliated with any party.