Chris Pastore

Upper Dublin, PA

Primary Elections – May 21, 2013

Don’t forget – the Pennsylvania Primary Elections are on Tuesday May 21, 2013.  Please vote!  Upper Dublin continues to be one of the more active voting communities in Montgomery County, but we do have room for improvement.

This year  focuses on local elections – and we have a number of positions to be filled: Judge of the Superior Court, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Jury Commissioner, Auditor, School Board, Township Commissioners, Judge of Elections, Inspector of Elections, and more.

For some of the positions – judges and school board – candidates are permitted to run on both primary ballots as long as they have properly secured their petitions to do so.  This means you need to be particularly thoughtful on your choices.  It is possible for a registered Democrat to win on the Republican primary, for example.  Make sure you do your research, and ask questions!  If you have any questions for me, or want some additional clarification on the primary process, please write me at Chris@

These are not as high profile as President or Senator, but these positions affect our daily lives in a real way.

Leave a Reply