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Pennsylvania Dept. of State Election Results

Resource Link

For those who would like to see how Pennsylvania voters in their district voted, or maybe would like to see what the numbers looked like in other counties, this resource offers what they have called the “Unofficial Results” on their site.

Map of the 67 counties of the Commonwealth of ...

Map of the 67 counties of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

DVC Monthly Orginizer Call and Newsletter

DVC Newsletter – october 2010 – This issue is in PDF Format, so if you don’t already have it you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader which is free in order to view it.

Also for those who are members of the Disability Voting Coalition ….

1.    Mark your calendars for the DVC monthly organizer call: Wednesday, October 20 from 10:30 – 12 noon. All DVC members are welcome to participate in this FREE conference call.

o   Here is the call-in information: The toll-free call-in number is 1-866-352-3799.  The participant code is *3493497* (yes, that is “star” before and after 3493497 — don’t forget the stars).

o   Topic of the call:

§  Election Day preparation

§  DVC request to Auditor General Jack Wagner to conduct a “Performance Audit” of Pennsylvania’s compliance with the voter registration requirements of the National Voter Registration Act

If you would are not a member but would like information on how to join the Disability Voting Coalition of PA, here’s a link to their website ….


Membership is Free and open to people with all types of disabilities whether they be physical or mental.

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See how Warren County has voted in the PA primary

  This isn’t really a mental health related post, but I thought that it might be interesting to someone somewhere to find out how Warren County is voting in the primary.


One person I’m personally interested in watching with regards to the 65th district, is the race between Rapp and Gern for state house representative.  Bothe are Republicans, but I’m hoping that Kathy Rapp wins re-election because she’s very passionate about improving the mental health system Gern has been spending most of their campaign trying to discount Rapp, and basically slinging mud, so I don’t know much about what Gern really stands for.  Kathy on the other hand has been very public about things she’s been working on and also things she has accomplished while she has been in office, which include support for Millitary Vets, the elderly, disabled, and also has spearheaded a push to try and get a morotorium done on mental illness among inmates.  She’s very family oriented, and from what I’ve seen seems to advocate for the underdog.

  My interest in Kathy Rapp is one reason I posted this, but I’m sure everyone has their own views on things, which is cool.

Smart Voter

This is a little late for the primary, but you can lookup who is on the ballots in miost counties.  Would be worth looking at to be a little better informed about local races …..


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