On Tuesday, voters in Pennsylvania will head to polling places to elect new municipal, school board and judicial officials.
Click here for a list of polling places and links to sample ballots, to learn exactly what you can expect in the voting booth.
In Montgomery County, Sharon Giamporcaro and Maureen Coggins, Republicans, are running against Gail Weilheimer and Steven C. Tolliver for two seats on the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas. Merry Woods and Joanne Cisco Olszewski are both running for two Jury Commissioner positions.
Perkiomen Valley School Board
Six candidates are running for four spots on the Perkiomen Valley School Board. Lori Snyder and Lynn K. Bigelow will appear on both the Republican and Democrat ballot; Richard Bouher and Rachael Charyna will appear on the Republican ballot; Alex Rodriguez and John King are running on the Democratic ballot.
Both Paul Smith and Andra Galambos will appear on the Republican and Democrat ballots for the Perkiomen Valley School Board two-year term.
For more on the Perkiomen Valley School Board race, click here.
Democrats Andrea Baptiste, Catherine Kernen, Mandelyn Kilroy and Christopher Nicholas are challenging republican incumbents Rowan Keenan, Paul MacDonald, Rod Rees and Arnold Mann.
Albert Stagliano and Kelly Taylor are running unopposed for Collegeville Mayor and Tax Collector, respectively.
Lower Frederick Township
For Lower Frederick Auditor, Mary Jane Knerr Shelak is running unopposed.
Current Township Supervisors Janet P. Heacock and Gordon MacElhenney are running for re-election to the board against challengers Maureen Giaomucci and Anthony Stevenson.
Dawn Johnson is on both the Republican and Democrat ballots for Perkiomen Township Tax Collector.
Craig Dunham and Lee Ann Miller are running unopposed for two seats on Schwenksville Borough Council.
Joseph Giunta is running for mayor, Wendi Rowley for tax collector, and Pamela J. Ruoff for auditor; all unopposed.
Laurie Augustine and Nick Fountain are running for tax collector and auditor, respectively.
Nevin Scholl, Pat Webster and Tammy Liberi are running on both the Republican and Democrat tickets for Trappe Borough Council. Cathy Johnson is only on the Republican ballot, filling out the four vacant seats. Marshall Stomel, who currently sits on the board, lost the Republican Primary in May but won on the Democratic ticket; he did not accept the nomination on the Democratic ballot and will leave his post in January.
Mayor Connie Peck and Tax Collector Gretchen Lawson are running for re-election unopposed.
Editor's Note: This article reflects the Patch Candidate Questionnaires that were returned to Patch.