Clarion County Election Results
The Clarion County Republican Committee wishes to thank the citizens of Clarion County for going to polls on Tuesday November 3 and voting to re-elect President Trump and our other candidates.
There are 24,390 registered voters in Clarion County and 19,294 (79.11%) of them voted. The voter roster includes 14,690 Republicans (61%) and since the 2020 primary the Republicans have gained 1,062. Thanks to everyone who exercised their right to elect our governmental leaders.
Here are the unofficial Clarion County Election results for our Republican candidates.
Presidential Electors Votes
Donald J. Trump 14,363 (74.62%)
Michael R. Pence
Heather Heidelbaugh 13,123 (68.88%)
Timothy DeFoor 13,928 (73.56%)
Stacy L. Garrity 13,783 (72.86%)
Representative in Congress 15th District
Glenn G.T. Thompson 14,845 (77.88%)
Senator in the General Assembly 21st District
Scott E. Hutchinson 14,778 (77.91%)
Representative in the General Assembly for 63rd District
Donna Oberlander 17,297 (96.86%)
Though we might not know the final results of this election for a while, we are very proud of our Clarion County voters for their support of our candidates that promote our values of faith, family and freedom.
CCRC Christmas Party
Fellow Republicans you are invited to the Clarion County Republican Committee's Christmas Party on Tuesday December 8th 6-8:00 PM at the Clarion Oaks Golf Club, 694 Mayfield Road, Clarion, PA. Come and enjoy good food and fellowship. Please share this event with your family and friends.
Please bring a covered dish to share. Tableware (plates and silverware) and meat will be provided.
To RSVP or more information contact:
CCRC Secretary Cindy Curran at firstname.lastname@example.org
CCRC Chairman Rick Rathfon at RickRGOP@outlook.com
IMPORTANT 2020 PENNSYLVANIA ELECTIONS DATES TO REMEMBER
October 19, 2020:
Last day to REGISTER before the November election
October 27, 2020:
Last day to apply for a mail-in or civilian absentee ballot
November 3, 2020:
Last day for County Boards of Elections to receive voted mail-in and civilian absentee ballots (must be received by 8 P.M.)
November 3, 2020:
GENERAL ELECTION Polls are open from 7 A.M. to 8 P.M.
November 4, 2020:
First day to register AFTER November election
November 10, 2020:
Last day for County Boards of Elections to receive voted military and overseas absentee ballots (submitted for delivery no later than 11:59 P.M. on November 2)
Click on calendar event below for additional information
Not sure if you are registered to vote, first time voter, recently moved, need an absentee ballot, want to change political affiliation, recent name change, member of the military, college student, location of polling place or have any questions about your voter status go to the links below.
Are you interested in the creation, functions, duties and responsibilities of local government or considering service in local government, please review the resources below.
The Clarion County Republican Committee is seeking ardent and dedicated women and men to serve in elected or appointed office at the township, borough, school district, and county level. This is an opportunity to serve their local community as precinct co-chairs, polling place officials, tax collectors, auditors, township supervisors, borough council members, mayors, and school directors.
Clarion Co. Young Republicans
The Clarion County Republican Committee is beginning to organize a Young Republicans group for adults between the ages of 18 and 40 years old. For more information contact Lexis Twentier at (814) 493-4553.