Centre County voters will choose between newcomers and longtime incumbents on Nov. 3

Mail-in voting: what is it and why is it controversial? Mail-in voting is a hot topic in the 2020 election season, which has been disrupted by a coronavirus pandemic that altered primaries and conventions. But it’s important to know what mail-in voting is and why some people are for and against it. By Meta Viers | Alex Roarty | Lindsay Claiborn Up Next × Play VideoLoaded: 0%PlayMuteCaptions captions and subtitles off, selected Current Time 0:00/Duration -:-FullscreenMail-in voting: what is it and why is it controversial?Advertisement SHARE COPY LINK Mail-in voting is a hot topic in the 2020 election season, which has been disrupted by a coronavirus pandemic that altered primaries and conventions. But it’s important to know what mail-in voting is and why some people are for and against it. By Meta Viers | Alex Roarty | Lindsay Claiborn Centre County voters have the chance to choose between longtime incumbents and several political newcomers in a few weeks when casting their ballots for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Four challengers — three Democrats and one Republican — are vying for seats in the 76th, 77th, 81st and 171st Legislative Districts. Some say they are running because they’re frustrated with Centre County lawmakers; others say they want to give voters an alternative to incumbents, some of whom have served for decades. Here’s a look at the challengers: 76th Legislative District Joe Waltz , a longtime Clinton County resident, is challenging incumbent Rep. Stephanie Borowicz , R-McElhattan, who’s looking to be […]

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