2011 Election Central Voters Guide

Planning to vote Nov. 8? Cranberry Patch brings you its 2011 Election Central guide to the election candidates and races that affect your community

With the Nov.8 general election just around the corner, Cranberry Patch brings you its 2011 Election Central database.

Here you will find links and pages detailing positions that will be filled in the Nov. 8 election, as well as information about the various candidates running and polling locations.

Bookmark this page and return for updates through Nov. 8 and beyond.






In our 2011 we'll keep you updated on candidates' stances on issues, events, announcements and any other news related to the races.

Interested in something you don't see? Leave a comment, or send an email to jessica.sinichak@patch.com.



Planning a debate, a coffee or gathering with candidates? For coverage, let Patch know.



To check if you are registered or for other questions, go to the Butler County Bureau of Elections website.



The following locations will be available for Cranberry Township voters on Nov. 8. Do your poll judge a favor and go to the right location. You'll make your life and theirs a lot easier.

Use the map above as well, where pins represent different polling places throughout the area.


CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP VOTING DISTRICTS POLL LOCATIONS ADDRESS Cranberry East I Cranberry Township Fire Station 20727 Route 19 Cranberry East II Hope Lutheran Church 8070 Rowan Road Cranberry East III Senior/Teen Room, Municipal Building 2525 Rochester Road Cranberry West I Cranberry Highlands Golf Course 5601 Freshcorn Road Cranberry West II Rear Gymnasium, Municipal Building 2525 Rochester Road Cranberry West III Christ Baptist Church 2721 Rochester Road Cranberry West IV Cranberry Township Fire Station - Haines School Road 1629 Haines School Road Cranberry West V Council Chambers, Municipal Building 2525 Rochester Road Cranberry West VI Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints 2771 Rochester Road


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