Election Day is Here With Mayoral Race, City Council Seats up for Grabs in City of Warren

A voting sign stands at the Salvation Army, where Warren West and Warren South voters will cast their ballots.

WARREN, Pa. – Tuesday is election day across the City of Warren, Warren County and all across the United States.

Voters in the city are deciding on several races, including for mayor and four seats on city council.

There is just one contested race at the county level, and that is for Register and Recorder between Republican Lisa Burkhouse and Democrat Kristy Phillips.

The Warren County Courthouse on an majestic Tuesday morning, where citizens in teh Warren Central Precinct are casting their votes today.

Several county officials, including Sheriff Brian Zeybel, Coroner Melissa Zydonik, District Attorney Rob Greene, District Judge Todd Woodin and Prothonotary Jennifer Phillips are all running unopposed.

There are also several state-wide judicial choices to make.

Polls will remain open until 8 p.m. Tuesday. Officials at the Warren West and Warren South location at the Salvation Army said it was a rather quiet day as of 10 a.m., but were hoping for a bigger turnout in the afternoon.