I've been voting since I was 18 including absentee voting done weeks before the actual event, voting in rain and snow and many times voting with a toddler in tow. When they were younger my children enjoyed voting day for three main reasons:
It's raining as I write this but I hope you'll brave the rain to cast your vote tomorrow. Polls open in Pennsylvania at 7 am and will remain open until 8 pm so you have plenty of time to get their and exercise your right to vote. Go ahead - exercise your right to vote! You won't even break a sweat!
As always many churches/fire companies/etc. turned polling place for a day will be hosting food sales - usually pork and sauerkraut with some homemade baked goods thrown in for fun. Below is a list of dinners I know about in case you're hungry after all that exercising!
Zion's Reformed United Church of Christ, Ashland
Frackville Elks, Frackville
Cost $9, $8 for Elks members
Trinity Lutheran Church, Pottsville
11 am to 1:30 pm
Lansford American Legion, 3 W. Ridge Street, Lansford
11 am to 5 pm
Cost $10. Takeouts available.
Pine Grove Lodge 409 F&AM, 23 Oak Grove Road, Pine Grove
11 am to 7 pm
Cost $8. Takeouts and children's platter available. Call 570-345-0165.
St. Clair Lions Club, 259 McCord Avenue, St. Clair
11am to sellout
Cost $9. Takeouts available. Call 570-429-9939.
St. Michael the Archangel Parish Center, Minersville
Noon to 6 pm
Cost $9, Children under 10 $5. Advance tickets recommended Call 570-544-6853.
First United Methodist Church, Mahanoy City
3 pm to sellout
Cost $9. Takeouts available. Call 570-773-1024.