Hello and welcome to the Warren County 2016 Election Center, where we’ll do our best to keep you up to date on all data related to the Fall Election. Obviously, this is a big election nationally due to the Presidential Race, but it is also a big election state-wide and locally due to the inclusion of several important ballot questions. We’ve included links to sample ballots for your review below. There are 4 sample ballots available which cover all voting precincts. Select your voting precinct below and review the corresponding sample ballot.
Sample Ballot Review
There are four sample ballots below which represent all voting precincts in Warren County. The associated precincts are listed for each ballot for your review. Find the right ballot and click on the link. You will be taken to a page with a sample ballot for your review. All sample ballots will have links to the “Plain English Questions” related to the ballot questions with further explanation. If you have any questions about this information, please call Lisa Rivett, Warren County’s Elections Director, at 814-728-3406 or email her at email@example.com.
This ballot is for the City of Warren and includes 4 additional ballot questions related to changes to the city’s Home Rule Charter.
Bear Lake, Clarendon, Sugar Grove Borough, Tidioute, Youngsville, Brokenstraw, Cherry Grove, Conewango #1, Conewango #2, Deerfield, Elk, Farmington, Freehold, Glade, Limestone, Mead, Pine Grove, Pittsfield, Pleasant, Sugar Grove Township, Triumph, Watson.
Four Townships are not in the 21st State Senatorial District and do not have that office on their ballot. Those include Columbus, Eldred, Southwest, and Spring Creek.
In Sheffield, there will be an additional ballot question related to a proposed tax increase for police services.