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 General Information

The Voter Registration Office is responsible for maintaining and updating approximately 21,000 active and inactive registered voters in Snyder County.  We receive changes of addresses from the Department of Transportation weekly.  Most of our new registrations are from the Driver License Photo Centers.  All changes of address, name, or party affiliation are recorded and maintained.  Any person eighteen (18) years of age or older on or by the day of the next election, who has been a citizen of the United States at least one month, who has been a resident of the state of Pennsylvania in Snyder County for at least thirty (30) days may register to vote in Snyder County.

 Bureau of Elections

The Bureau of Elections Office is responsible for conducting primary and general elections.  Other functions include handing out petitions and providing street lists to candidates, informing the electorate through advertised proclamations and notices of upcoming elections, maintaining the county’s election records, establishing polling places and districts, and assisting the elector with questions about the election’s process, laws, and procedures. 
 
There are 25 election districts in Snyder County.  Each election district has an Election Board, which consists of a Judge of Elections, a Majority Inspector, Minority Inspector, Majority Clerk, and Minority Clerk. 
 
We are responsible for candidates who run for office on the Federal, Judicial, State, County, City, Township, Borough, School District, Precinct, and Party levels.  County, City, Township, and Borough elections are held in odd numbered years.  National and state elections are held in even numbered years.  Every year there is a primary election.  On Election Day we go from a staff of 2 to a staff of well over 130.
 
Pennsylvania has a closed primary, which means a voter must declare himself a member of a major political party and vote only for candidates of that party.  Currently in Pennsylvania the major political parties are Republican and Democratic.  Electors may change their party affiliation beginning the day after each Election Day.
 
Any voter, who is unable to go to the polls due to illness, physical disability, or because they will be out of the municipality on Election Day, may vote by absentee ballot.  Applications for absentee ballots may be made fifty (50) days prior to the election, but not later than seven (7) days before the election.
 
Registration closes thirty (30) days prior to a primary election and opens the day after the primary election.  Registration also closes thirty (30) days prior to the election in November and opens the day after the election.

 Polling Locations

Click on a link below to view a map of the corrosponding polling location.

Troxelville Community Hall, 9186 Route 235, Troxelville, PA
Beaver Lutheran Church, 18207 Route 522, Beaver Springs, PA
Beavertown Borough Building, 111 W Walnut St, Beavertown, PA
Penns Creek Fire Hall, 50 Troxelville Rd, Penns Creek, PA
Chapman Township Building, 1151 Wagner Hill Rd, Port Treverton, PA
Franklin Township
Paxtonville Un. Meth. Church, 1281 Paxton St., Paxtonville, PA
Freeburg Borough
Freeburg Community Building, 11 E. Church St., Freeburg, PA
Jackson Township
Zion Lutheran Church4298 Route 204, Selinsgrove, PA
McClure Borough
Mt. Bethel Church, 16 East Specht Rd., McClure, PA
Middleburg Borough
Grace Covenant Church, 99 Cafe Lane, Middleburg, PA
Middlecreek Township
Kreamer Fire Hall, 37 Manor Drive, Kreamer, PA
Monroe Township, No. 1
Susq. Valley Mall, 1025 N. Susq. Trail, Selinsgrove, PA
Monroe Township, No. 2
Monroe Township Building, 39 Municipal Drive, Selinsgrove, PA
Penn Township, No. 1
Grayson View - Main Lounge, 29 Grayson View Ct, Selinsgrove, PA
Penn Township, No. 2
Penn Township Building, 228 Clifford Rd, Selinsgrove, PA
Fremont Fire Hall, 229 Millrace Rd, Mt. Pleasant Mills, PA
Selinsgrove No. 1
Sharon Lutheran Church, 120 S Market St., Selinsgrove, PA
Selinsgrove No. 2
All Saints Episcopal Church, 129 N Market St. (REAR), Selinsgrove, PA
Selinsgrove No. 3
Careerlink Building, 713 Bridge St., Selinsgrove, PA
St. Matthews Lutheran, 3249 N. Old Trail, Shamokin Dam, PA
Spring Township
Beaver Springs Senior Ctr., 55 Elm Street, Beaver Springs, PA
Union Township Building, 1510 McNess Rd., Port Treverton, PA
Washington Township
Washington Twp Municipal, 1775 Red Bank Rd., Middleburg, PA
West Beaver
Bannerville Fire Hall, 7547 Stage Rd., McClure, PA
West Perry
Mt. View Community Church, 277 Mill Rd., Richfield, PA

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 Contact Information

 Patricia P. Nace
pnace@snydercounty.org
Election Director
 
Stacey Guyer
sguyer@snydercounty.org
Voter Registration Administrator
 
Office of Voter Registration
Snyder County Courthouse
PO Box 217
Middleburg, PA 17842
Phone (570) 837-4286
Fax (570) 837-4282

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