Note: To provide readers with additional information, candidates' names (below) have been linked to previously published Patch profile stories or—if known—campaign websites or Facebook pages.
Tuesday, Nov. 5 is election day in Pennsylvania.
Polls in the Saucon Valley and throughout the commonwealth will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
If you experience polling or problems, or need to find out where your polling place is located, contact the Northampton County Election Office at (610) 559-3055.
To see a complete list of Northampton County candidates, click here.
Additional information is published on the Elections/Voter Registration homepage.
List of abbreviations:
- I = Incumbent
- D = Democrat
- R = Republican
- R/D = Cross-filed in primary election and obtained enough votes on both Republican and Democratic ballots to earn a spot on the general election ballot.
Hellertown borough races
- Mayor: Richard Fluck (I-D) (unopposed)
- Borough Council (Four-year term, vote for no more than FOUR candidates): Thomas Rieger (I-R/D), Gail Nolf (I-D), Michael McKenna (I-D), Linda L. Leewright (R), James W. Hill (D)
Lower Saucon Township races
- Township Council (Four-year term, vote for no more than TWO candidates): Glenn Kern (I-R/D), Ron Horiszny (I-R), Donna Louder (D)
- Voting District 6, Judge of Election: Jackie Peeke (D) (unopposed)
- Voting District 6, Inspector of Election (Four-year term, vote for ONE candidate): Jane Keifer (R), Renee Hillman (D)
Saucon Valley School District races
- Saucon Valley School Board, At-large school director (Four-year term, vote for no more than FOUR candidates): Ralph Puerta (I-R/D), Sandra Miller (I-D), Edward Inghrim (I-R), Russell Lebkuecher (R), Jeanne Reilly (D), John Dowling (R), Robert Phillips (D)
- Saucon Valley School Board, At-large school director (Two-year term, vote for ONE candidate): Mark W. Sivak (D)*
*This is a special election for a two-year term created due to the resignation earlier this year of Saucon Valley School Board member Sharon Stack. Sivak was appointed by the school board to fill Stack's seat.