No matter where you live in Mercer County, you'll find candidates on Tuesday's ballot.

Five candidates have cross-filed to run as both Democrats and Republicans for two seats left vacant through the resignation of two common pleas court judges.

Three candidates from both parties are seeking nominations to run this fall for two seats on the Superior Court.

Mercer County Republicans will choose their candidates for sheriff, county commissioner, and district attorney.

Five Democrats are running for council in Sharon.

Four Democrats are running for Hermitage commissioner.

Farrell Democrats have candidates on the ballot for mayor, council, and treasurer.

Both Republicans and Democrats in Coolspring Township will see candidates for supervisor.

Two Republicans are vying for Jackson Township supervisor.

Non-partisan school supervisor contests are on the ballot in the Grove City, Hermitage, and Sharpsville districts.

The only ballot questions are in Fairview, Lake, and New Vernon townships, as well as Sheakleyville Borough.  Voters are being asked if they favor the issuance of licenses to conduct small games of chance.

In addition to locations and times for voting, you will find here a list of candidates, issues, and questions for each county below.

When do I vote?

The polls are open from 7 am until 8 pm on May 21.

Where do I vote?

You can find our polling location by following this link

What's on my ballot?

Do registered voters need to produce ID to vote?

If you have voted at your polling location before and are registered, you do not need to bring ID to vote in Pennsylvania. Only voters who are voting for the first time in their election district need to show ID. Acceptable ID includes both photo and non-photo ID.

Acceptable IDs for first-time Pennsylvania voters:

Driver’s license

U.S. passport

Military, student, or employee ID

Voter registration card

Firearm permit

Current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck or government check

Any ID issued by the commonwealth or federal government

MERCER COUNTY CANDIDATES AND ISSUES