What to expect when you head to the polls Tuesday:
Polls open across the state at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.
Voters in Cumberland County can get a sample ballot on the county website.
Voters may also find their polling place location on the county website at www.ccpa.net. Polling place locations also ran on page B10 of the May 8 edition of The Sentinel.
People voting for the first time in their precincts will be required to show some form of acceptable photo or nonphoto identification to vote. Acceptable photo IDs are: a valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License or ID card issued by PennDOT; ID issued by any Commonwealth of Pennsylvania agency; U.S. passport; U.S. armed forces ID; a student ID; or an employee ID. Acceptable nonphoto identification (must include your name and address) are: Voter identification card issued by the county; nonphoto ID issued by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or the U.S. government; firearm permit, current bank statement, current utility bill, current paycheck or government check.
The Sentinel published candidate capsules for Cumberland County elections in its Saturday edition. Those capsules can be read online at cumberlink.com.
The Sentinel’s election coverage will begin online after polls close across the county at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Follow cumberlink.com to track local election results or pick up Wednesday’s edition of the newspaper.