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Thank you for your help and support
during this campaign. Your unwavering commitment is
the wind beneath my wings.
On election day, every vote matters. You
matter! And I can't win this race without you.
you for your support and for all that you do.
Sincerely, Jo Ellen
People Above Politics
Team Litz: Treasurer, Cathy Garrison
Honorary Chair: Lt.
Gov. Catherine Baker Knoll --a woman who broke the glass ceiling and
contributed greatly to PA politics; born
in 1930, died
November 12, 2008.
Swatara Watershed Association
American Business Women's Association
Lebanon County Commission for
Democratic Club of Lebanon Valley
Club of Lebanon
Web site paid for by Jo Ellen Litz.
PA Ethics Commission
Election Day Procedures (abbreviated)
POLLS OPEN FROM 7AM to 8PM
House and Congressional District breakdown in Lebanon PA
For more information on the Lebanon County Elected
Officials List go to
is Chief of the Voter Registration office.
Individuals possessing the following qualifications are
entitled to register to vote:
|They will be at least 18 years of age on the day of the next election|
|They will have been a citizen of the United States for at least one
month prior to the next election|
|They will have resided in the Commonwealth of PA and in their election
district for at least 30 days prior to the next election|
|They have not been confined in a penal institution for the conviction
of a felony within the past five years|
Under the PA Voter Registration Act of 1995, persons applying for a
driver's license or renewal or change of address at the Motor Vehicle Boards
will automatically be registered to vote unless they so decline. Also,
persons served by public assistance offices, the marriage license bureau,
military recruiting offices and offices with state-funded programs for the
disable will be asked to register to vote.
Federal or State mail registration forms will be available at post
offices, libraries, municipal buildings and party offices. You
may also appear at the Voter Registration Office, Room 209, Municipal
Any weekday, new voters can
practice on a real voting machine outside the Voter Registration Office on
the second floor of the Municipal building.
After your registration is processed, you will receive an acknowledgement
notice from the Voter Registration Office stating your pertinent
registration information and your polling place.
Under the NVRA of 1993 the law prohibits removal of a voter's name from
the rolls simply for not voting. A voter's name may be removed for the
|Upon the death of the elector as reported by the Department of Health|
|At the request of the elector|
|Upon confirmation that the elector has moved outside the country|
|In accordance with one of the two voter removal programs|
ABSENTEE BALLOTS: Any registered voter who is unable to vote at his
polling place because of illness or absence from Lebanon County, may apply
in person, or in writing, to Voter Registration Office, Municipal Building,
Lebanon PA 17042, to request an application for absentee ballot. This
application must be returned before the absentee ballot is issued. The
absentee ballot may be obtained no earlier than 50 days and no later than 7
days before the primary election. The ballot must be returned to the County
Board of Elections before 5PM on the Friday before the election.
Yard Signs shall only be displayed in a yard or from a
structure and in no case shall the display area exceed sixteen (16) square
feet. Additionally, all signs shall not be displayed more than sixty
(60) days prior to an election and removed within two (2) weeks after an
election. No signs of any type are allowed on utility poles, traffic
signal poles.... Likewise, signs may not be erected in any portion of
the City right-of-way, including sidewalks, planting strips, shrub areas
along streets, and islands between streets. Call the building/zoning
officer with questions at 273-6711 between 8AM and 4 PM Monday through
Polling Place Survey &
VOTER HALL OF FAME
In Pennsylvania, a VOTER HALL OF
FAME was established acknowledging and honoring Pennsylvanians who take
their right of citizenship seriously. Only Pennsylvanians who voted
consecutively in every November election for at least 50 years are
eligible. If you think you are eligible, or know someone who may be
eligible, please contact the Lebanon County Voter Registration Office for an
application at 274-2801 extension 2243.