Some Collegeville and Perkiomen polling places have moved for the Primary Election.
Three Perkiomen Valley polling places have been moved for the Primary Election on May 21, according to the Montgomery County Board of Elections. Voters in Collegeville Ward 3, who previously voted at the UCC Center on Second Avenue, will vote at St. Eleanor’s Catholic Church for the Primary Election. Perkiomen Township Wards 1 and 2, which voted at the Perkiomen Fire Company, will now be voting at Perkiomen Valley High School on Gravel Pike. For a full list of polling place changes, click here.
Your go-to guide for the 2012 Election in the Perkiomen Valley, including where you vote, how to get there, and who is on your ballot. Results provided with over 90 percent of polls reporting.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
UPDATED, Nov. 6, 11:35 p.m.: All incumbents in the Perkiomen Valley are poised to win re-election this year, with more than 90 percent of polls reporting in Montgomery County. Below are results for all national, state-wide and local races: Statewide races - 91 percent of polls reporting in Pennsylvania: United State President (Pennsylvania results) United State Senator Pennsylvania Attorney General: Pennsylvania Auditor General: Pennsylvania State Treasurer: U.S. House Race, 6th District - Jim Gerlach v. Manan Trivedi U.S. House Race, 7th District - Pat Meehan v. George Badey PA Senate Race, 17th District - Andrew Dinniman v. Christopher Amentas PA House of Representatives Results - at least 90 percent of the polls reporting: PA House …