The League of Women Voters of Bucks County has released its voter guide for the 2019 local primaries. With May 21 fast approaching, Bucks voters can visit and familiarize themselves with candidates on the ballot.

With hundreds of candidate in the more than 150 races this election season, following local politics can become overwhelming. Fortunately, the LWVBC spoke with 365 candidates for key piece of information.

To use the voter guide, residents should put their home address into the “Enter Your Address” section on the website’s left side. The site will display election dates, registration deadlines, and a link to personalized information on candidates.

Two closely watched elections relevant to all Bucks residents are the races for County Commissioner and the Court of Common Pleas. Information on all candidates involved in these elections is available in the voter’s guide.

Additionally, the LWVBC recently announced it will be holding a public forum before the May 21 primary. The organization has invited all candidates for the Court of Common Pleas to the Middletown Township Municipal Center on Wednesday, May 15. The forum begins at 7 p.m.

The non-partisan LWVBC has provided a voter’s guide to Bucks residents for more than sixty years. Anyone looking for more information can call (215) 230-9986 or email

The Middletown Township Municipal Center is located at 3 Municipal Way in Langhorne.