Local News Headlines 11/5/19

Here’s your ELECTION DAY 11/5 local headlines:

It’s Election Day as voters across Pennsylvania go to the polls to cast ballots for judges and county and local officials.

Today, voters will elect three Blair County Commissioners, some county row offices, Altoona Mayor and City Council, various boroughs and township offices and school boards.

Blair County voters will be using a new system this election day. The old dial machines are gone and voters will fill out a paper ballot.

Governor Tom Wolf is renewing his vow to veto the latest anti-abortion bill introduced in the State Legislature.

A Blair County teen was arrested and charged with raping two juvenile teenage girls.

Convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky will learn what his new prison sentence will be this Friday.

Blair County Department heads are crying foul over additional budget cuts they are being asked to make.

The State Senate will vote on the Sunday hunting bill on November 18th.

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