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George Keebler fills out his ballot as he votes at the Wisdom's Table at St Peter's UCC on Tuesday, June 2, 2020.

Previously, we published a 16-page Voter's Guide in a print edition of LNP.

On LancasterOnline, you'll find the same information -- both in English and Spanish -- in story collections linked from this post. 

What's in this Voters Guide?

You'll find answers to frequently asked questions, such as: When is the mail-in ballot deadline? How do I find my polling place? What time are the polls open? Can I vote a straight-party ticket? 

You'll find stories by Gillian McGoldrick on four contested races to watch:

In addition, we asked candidates in each race in Lancaster County the same set of four questions and gathered their responses. We're publishing their responses, in their own words, in full.

The general election will be held on Tuesday, November 3. Check LancasterOnline on Election Day for real-time election results and news.