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Saturday, May 14, 2022

Dear Pennsylvania Voter, The primary election is Tuesday, May 17, 2022.

 

 

 

Dear Pennsylvania Voter,  

The primary election is Tuesday, May 17, 2022. To ensure that your ballot is counted, it is important that you make a plan and stick to it. How do you plan to vote? 

In person: 

  • Polling locations are open May 17 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. If you are voting at your polling place, make sure you know where to go. If you need help getting there, secure transportation in advance. 
  • If it is your first time voting at your polling location, you will need to show a form of identification. There are both photo and non-photo options for identification that are permitted.  

By mail ballot and have received your ballot: 

  • You have until 8 p.m. on May 17 to return your ballot to your county board of elections.  
  • Your ballot must be returned to your county board of elections by 8 p.m. on May 17 to be counted. Ballots postmarked by that time but not received by the county board of elections by then do not count. 
  • You should hand-deliver your ballot to your county board of elections if you have not yet mailed it. You can also submit your mail ballot to a county-designated drop box or satellite office. You cannot submit your voted mail ballot at your polling place. 
  • You are the only person permitted to return your ballot unless you have a disability and have designated an agent in writing to return your ballot using this form. 

By mail ballot but have not yet received your ballot:

  • Voters who requested a mail ballot and did not receive it or do not have it to surrender may vote by provisional ballot at their polling place.

By mail-in ballot but cannot return it before the deadline:

  • If you cannot return your mail-in ballot before the deadline, you may bring your unvoted mail ballot and envelopes with you to your polling place to be voided. After you surrender your ballot packet and sign a declaration, you can then vote a regular ballot.

Pennsylvania Primaries / Special Elections / Ballot Questions 

To vote for candidates, you must be registered in either the Democratic or Republican party. However, if there are Special Election races happening in your voting district, all those registered are eligible to vote.  

And all registered voters are also eligible to vote on ballot questions. Check with your county’s board of elections for information regarding ballot questions specific to your county. 

If you have any questions about how to vote, please contact your county board of elections. Thank you for being an informed and active voter.  

Sincerely, 
Leigh M. Chapman
Acting Secretary of the Commonwealth

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

vote rossman

Anonymous said...

Vote against hate, suppression, nazism, hypocrisy, HYPOCRISY, the ones that only support/ enable the rich that don't care about any of you republicans, the boogeyman ideology that has become the domestic terrorist group and the laughing stock of the world and the party that only listens to fox news and each other. Call that the child-can party as even a child can blindly support their hypocritical desires and destroy great things all while HOPEFULLY (not probable) learning and changing their behavior at the end. KEEP YOUR MINDS AND LAWS OFF MY DAUGHTERS BODY! MAGAticks are a sickness

Anonymous said...

7:28
Those MAGAticks had us on the right path with things like,

Energy independence thru the production of domestic oil,
A rebounding economy from previous years,
cheap affordable gas,

All policies stopped by the current administration, with the oil pipeline being stopped in favor of oil imports

Anonymous said...

you forgot about the path of killing cops and smearing feces on the capital walls

Anonymous said...

My vote is going to Causer for the very first time.