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Voter Information
Voter registration forms, as well as information about related issues
such as write-in voting, absentee voting, and accessibility issues is
available from the Bureau of Elections of Butler County 724-284-5308
or 724-284-5309 or visit
 Bureau of Elections of Butler County. 

If you are not a registered voter in Cranberry Township, you must register with the County Bureau of Elections to be eligible to vote.

A list of questions/answers from the Bureau of Elections: Voting FAQs

Voting Districts and Polling Locations 

9/17/15 - The Butler County Board of Elections approved the relocation of four voting precincts:
East 1, East 2, East 3, and West 5


CRANBERRY EAST 1 - Victory Family Church, 21150 Rt. 19  (formerly at Rt.19 Fire Station)

CRANBERRY EAST 2 - Grace Community Church, 9160 Marshall Rd. (formerly at Hope Lutheran Church)

CRANBERRY EAST 3 - Hope Lutheran Church, 8070 Rowan Rd. (formerly in Municipal Center Gym)

CRANBERRY WEST 1 - Cranberry Highlands Golf Course, 5601 Freshcorn Rd.

CRANBERRY WEST 2 - Municipal Center Senior/Teen Center, 2525 Rochester Rd.

CRANBERRY WEST 3 - Municipal Center Council Chambers, 2525 Rochester Rd.

CRANBERRY WEST 4 - Haine Fire Station, 1629 Haine School Rd.

CRANBERRY WEST 5 - Municipal Center Gymnasium,  2525 Rochester Rd. (formerly at St. Ferdinand's Church)

CRANBERRY WEST 6 - Church of the Latter Day Saints,  2771 Rochester Rd. (corner of Powell and Rochester Rds.)


Election Information

For voter and election information, visit Butler County Bureau of Elections 
           
Election Schedules   Election Dates; filing Absentee Ballots
Voter Registration (online & paper forms) Register to Vote
 
Shari A. Brewer, Director 
Floor LL, County Government Center 
124 West Diamond Street 
P.O. Box 1208 Butler, PA 16003 
724-284-5309 and 724-282-5308
Fax: 724-282-5211
Bureau background: The Voter Registration section is responsible for maintaining and updating approximately 117,000 plus active and inactive registered voters in Butler County. They  receive approximately 20,000 change of addresses from the Department of Transportation annually. Most new registrations are from the Driver License Photo Centers. Under the Pennsylvania Voter Registration Act of 1995, if you registered to vote and have not moved, you will remain registered to vote for any Primary or Election.

The Bureau of Elections section is responsible for conducting Primaries and General Elections. It takes approximately three months to plan and prepare for each election and three to four weeks to close and certify. 

They are responsible for candidates who run for office on the Federal, Judicial, State, County, City, Township, Borough, School District, Precinct and Party Levels. They also maintain records and history of 1,300 plus elected officials
.

Legislative and Elected Officials
President of the United States: Barack Obama 
U.S. Vice-President: Joe Biden

U.S. (PA) Senators:
Robert Casey,  
Patrick Toomey


U.S. Representative:  Mike Kelly, District 3

Pennsylvania Governor: Tom Wolf
State Senator: Scott Hutchinson, District 21
State Representative: Daryl Metcalfe, District 12    
Butler County Commissioners  Ph: 724-284-5100
Leslie Osche, Kim Geyer, Kevin Boozel.

Cranberry Township Board of Supervisors
Bruce Mazzoni, Mike Manipole, Dick Hadley, Bruce Hezlep, John Skorupan

District Magistrate: David Kovach, District 50-3-04
Ph: 724-772-1717