Welcome to the 2019 ICC Questionnaire for Chester County Primary Candidates.
We have sent invitations to all of the Chester County candidates of both the Democratic and Republican parties and will update with their responses as they are received. The Chester County ballot will have the following offices to vote for:
- Judge of the Superior Court (vote for two)
- Judge of the Court of Common Pleas (vote for two)
- County Commissioner (vote for two)
- District Attorney
- Register of Wills
- Recorder of Deeds
- Municipal Offices will vary by borough, town or township
The responses of the candidates by the office they are running for.can be seen by following this link:
On May 21, 2019, 7am-8pm, Primary Election Day, you will have the opportunity to vote for one candidate for each office EXCEPT – you may vote two (2) candidates for Judge of Superior Court , vote two (2) candidates for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas. and vote two (2) candidates for County Commissioner. Note that some judicial candidates have cross-filed, and we have identified to which party each belongs and that they cross-filed. The ballot will also have how many to vote for under each candidate office heading.
If you base your selections on an endorsed candidates list, please be aware that some offices did not have endorsed candidates countywide, and thus sample ballots at the polls will differ in terms of endorsements between different towns.
See the ICC Voter Guide for more information on voting.
Find Sample Ballots at the following links (use finder function on your computer to find your precinct).
- Democratic Specimen Ballot
- Non-Partisan Specimen Ballot – Franklin Township only
- Republican Specimen Ballot
Need help finding your precinct? Click HERE.