Primary Election 2022 guide for Berks County Pennsylvania voters – Reading Eagle

Berks County voters will head to the polls or cast their votes via paper ballot by Tuesday, May 17.

The deadline to register for a mail-in ballot has passed.

All ballots must be received by 8 p.m. May 17.

They can be mailed or dropped off in person by the voter at one of two drop boxes: the Berks County Services Center, 633 Court St., 1st Floor, Reading, or at the Berks County Agricultural Center, 1238 County Welfare Road in Bern Township (Leesport mailing address).

Those who have received a mailed ballot may chose to vote in person instead by filing a provisional ballot at their polling place.

Pennsylvania residents can find their polling place by entering their address online at the Pennsylvania Department of State,

Reading residents, no matter what their party affiliation is, can vote on two ballot questions.

Politics reporter Karen Shuey has created a number of articles about the 2022 Primary Election.

Here are the primary candidates running to represent Berks in Congress.

Here are the primary candidates running to represent Berks in Harrisburg

Also, here are the candidates running in the Pennsylvania primary for U.S. Senate, governor and Congress.

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