Voters Guide

Thank you to The Morning Call for continuing support of our non-partisan, twice-yearly Voters’ Guide.

For more information about the latest Voters Guide, please go to “Current Election“.

In Fall 2017, we were proud to help distribute “Guía de los votantes Allentown,” the inaugural Spanish translation of the Voters Guide. 

We also post the information from the printed Voters Guide online.  Check back soon for the link to the online Guide.

The League of Women Voters of PA offers an online voters guide called Vote411 to all Pennsylvanians.

Reminder: The League of Women Voters helps people register to vote, but we DO NOT maintain the lists of registered voters.  If you have a problem with your registration, contact the Lehigh County Voter Registration Office at 610-782-3194.


Previous editions of the Voters Guide for Lehigh County, PA can be viewed or downloaded here.

Voters Guide for General Election 2020: vg2020ge.pdf
Voters Guide for General Primary 2020: vg2020gp.pdf
Voters Guide for Municipal Election 2019: vg2019me.pdf
Voters Guide Additions for Municipal Election 2019: vg2019mea.pdf
Voters Guide for Municipal Primary 2019: vg2019mp.pdf
Voters Guide for General Primary 2018: vg2018gp.pdf
Voters Guide in Spanish for Municipal Election 2017: gv2017me.pdf
Voters Guide for Municipal Primary 2015: vg2015mp.pdf
Voters Guide for Municipal Election 1965: vg1965me.pdf


Helpful pamphlets being revised

To help voters in Lehigh County to register and vote our League wrote “A Guide To Registering And Voting In Pennsylvania For The New Voter.”  Thank you to members Ann Bartholomew and Pat Swan as well as Timothy A.  Benyo, Deputy Chief Clerk, Registration and Election, Lehigh County, wrote the pamphlet.  They are in the process of updating the pamphlet to reflect the new voting machines to be used for the first time on November 5, 2019 and the URL of this website and other information.  When it is available, click here for the updated draft of the printed copy.

NEW! From our League, for eighteen-year-olds and new citizens who speak Spanish: “Guía Para Registrar Y Poder Votar En Pensilvania.”  A big thank you to Beverly Hernandez, then-President of the League of Women Voters of Northampton County, for translating.  Once the English version is updated, we will translate the new content.  When it is available, click here for the updated draft of the printed copy.  

Information on registering and voting in Pennsylvania is at: www.votespa.com

Other helpful links posted on “Links” under “Voters Guide.”