PA 2020 Primary Election is Tuesday June 2nd

POLLS ARE OPEN FROM 7 AM – 8 PM ON TUESDAY, JUNE 2ND. Check for poll locations at

If you have not already completed and mailed your mail-In ballot, you need to hand deliver it to the Beaver County Bureau of Elections no later than 8:00 pm on June 2nd.
Located at the County Courthouse in Beaver.
810 Third Street, Beaver, PA 15009

PA State Incumbent Republican Candidates: Senator Elder Vogel, Representatives Aaron Bernstine, Jim Marshall & Josh Kail
New PA State Republican Candidate: Rico Elmore, District 16

Federal Incumbent RepublicanCandidates: Senator Pat Toomey, President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence
New Federal Republican Candidate: Sean Parnell, 17th Congressional District


Information about Mail-in Ballots

Issue #14 – Voting Ballots (PDF)

How many Dem. & Rep. ballots requested. What to do to get your ballot submitted or if you now want to vote in person. NOTE: This references Allegheny County polls and the Election Bureau. In Beaver County, go to this site for office address, poll locations, etc.

Marshall, Kail (& Vogel) close district offices, postpone events

Rep. Jim MarshallIn an effort to limit the spread of the coronavirus, local officials are closing their district offices to the public and postponing events.

As reported by the Beaver County Times, State Rep. Jim Marshall, R-14, Big Beaver, said in a statement that he was canceling a concealed carry seminar scheduled for Saturday at the Midland Sportsman Club in Ohioville and veterans outreach hours on April 2 and May 7. Another concealed carry seminar is scheduled for Oct. 17 at the Big Beaver Volunteer Fire Department.

State Rep. Josh Kail, R-15, Beaver, said he has postponed his Donuts and Discussion breakfast meetings for Friday in Donegal Township and April 3 at the Brighton Township Municipal Building. The Brighton event has been rescheduled for 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. on June 5. A concealed carry seminar scheduled for April 22 at the Center Social Hall is also postponed to an undetermined date.

Previously, State Rep. Rob Matzie, D-16, Ambridge, said his offices in Ambridge and Aliquippa would close and State Sen. Elder Vogel Jr., R-47, New Sewickley Township, said he was closing his Rochester office to meetings with the public.

More details about available services and plans for rescheduling in BC Times the article.

March Business Meeting

The next RCBC General Business Meeting will be held on Thursday, March 12th beginning at 7:00PM at the Two Mile Lodge located at 1925 Gypsy Glen Road, Beaver 15009.  
Please come out and join us to hear all the candidate campaign information, upcoming events and what the RCBC is planning this year.  It’s a huge year and would like to have as much support and volunteer base as we can get!

New Book Discussion forming in Beaver County

5000 Year Leap – A Miracle that Changed the World

But do you really know what that means, what principles are woven into that document and why they are so important to the success of our nation and others throughout the world? 

Join a group seeking to dig deeper, explore ideas that are groundbreaking, yet very clear, simple and self-evident, which ultimately shaped this great country.

3rd Monday evening of the month, starting March 16th (7-8:30 pm). Register by March 6th to get your FREE book and reading assignment for the first gathering. Register here. More details available.

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