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Election Day: Where and When to Vote

Find polling places, check your registration, and see more information below.

To find your polling place or see a sample ballot for the 2013 primary election Tuesday, you need to know in which precinct you reside. There are 16 precincts within the Malvern Patch coverage area, which includes East Whiteland, Willistown and Malvern Borough.

Find Your Precinct and Polling Place

You can search by your street address at the state elections website. Enter your county, town and street information, and it will tell you in which precinct you live and where your polling place is.

Another option is to zoom in on one of the municipality maps attached to this article as a PDF, which are taken from the Chester County Voter Services website.

Find Your Sample Ballot on the Chester County Website

Once you know your precinct, click the appropriate link to find your ballot on the Chester County website.

2013 Municipal Primary Republican Sample Ballots

2013 Municipal Primary Democratic Sample Ballots

Cast Your Vote

The polls will be open for the casting of ballots from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on May 21 for Election Day.

Poll workers may ask you for a valid photo ID but you are not required to present photo ID to vote in this election.

Not sure about your registration status? Check your registration on the state website.

[Edited 5/20/13 to include additional election information.]

John A May 23, 2013 at 01:43 AM
Thanks for showing up folks. I'm impressed. Steve, want to talk about nastiness? How about the mailer Carrow and McSweeney sent out? Trying to blame Barratt and Gillespe alone for the Lewis thing. Yea, that was real classy. Facts? You folks seem to have your own set of facts. Just because you disagree with the facts that we two Johns present doesn't make them wrong. I'm just happy enough wise voters of GV rejected the Stakeholder/Tea Party approach - again. Maybe if you all presented some real ideas for the district instead of just throwing out grandiose platitudes and attacking moderate members of the board and/or candidates, you do a little better in these elections.
area man May 23, 2013 at 04:22 AM
Huge win for the teachers union on Tuesday. Looks like the candidates backed by the Democrats/teachers union will remain in the majority for the upcoming teachers contract negotiations. Heaven help the poor taxpayer. Duane Milne (teacher union supporter, and double dip pension recipient as a teacher and legislator), as well as Berhlre, Gunderson, Armstrong, Daga, Barrett, and Gillespie will hand over the to the union whatever they demand. What about the kids. Shouldn't a quality education be the goal. I don't fault the teachers, but their union led them astray.
John A May 23, 2013 at 03:05 PM
Area man, on one hand you say the union led the teachers astray, but on the other you claim the six board members listed "will hand over the to the union whatever they demand." If you are correct about the upcoming contract negotiation, I'd say the teachers did pretty well in Tuesday's voting. On the other hand, I think you and the rest of the GV Stakeholder/Tea Party supporters will be surprised by the outcome of the contract negotians. Go to the district's website and look at the 5 year budget projections. The board is projecting 1% salary increases for the years under the new contract period. I wouldn't exactly call that giving the union "whatever they demand." As far a quality education being the goal, we have that and more at GVSD.
PonderThisGVSD September 13, 2013 at 04:25 PM
Negotiation time - When will the teachers sign for the 1% raises? Remember we were promised no more than 1% increases by the winning candidates in this spring's election. "board is projecting 1% salary increases for the years under the new contract period"

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