Deadline Approaching To Apply For Mail-In Ballot For Upcoming Primary ElectionIf you want to vote by mail in the primary election coming on May 18, the deadline to apply for a ballot is tomorrow.
Some Officials Urge Pennsylvanians To 'Vote No' On Disaster Declaration Constitutional Amendments On The BallotSome state and local leaders are asking voters to "vote no" on two proposed constitutional amendments that will appear on the ballot for the upcoming May primary.
Multiple Republican Candidates Vying For Open Pennsylvania Supreme Court SeatOne seat on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is up for election this year, and there is a heated battle for the Republican nomination.
Voters In Part Of Westmoreland Co. Will Pick New State Rep. In Special Election On May 18We're two weeks until Pennsylvania's primary election day, but for some voters, it's like a general election with residents choosing a new state representative.
Mail-In Ballots For Allegheny County Will Only Require Single Regular, First-Class StampWith the primary election on the horizon, Allegheny County officials are giving instructions for how to properly complete and send in mail-in ballots.
Last Day To Register To Vote In 2021 Pa. May Primary ElectionsIt's deadline day here in Pennsylvania for voters wishing to voice their choice in the upcoming primary election later this month.
Allegheny County Elections Division Looking For May Primary Poll WorkersThe Allegheny County Elections Division is looking for poll workers for the May primary.
Report: Westmoreland County Commissioners Approve Several Drop Off Locations For Mail-In BallotsVoters in Westmoreland County will have four locations to drop off mail-in ballots ahead of the May 18 election.
Mail-In Ballots Go Out Next Week In Allegheny County, But Expect Some ChangesPennsylvania's primary election is just five weeks away, and on Tuesday afternoon, the Allegheny County Elections Board met for the first time since the November election.
More Than 600,000 Pennsylvanians Have Registered For Mail-In Ballots For May 18 PrimaryThe Pennsylvania Department of State says the state could be on track to set a record for participation in a municipal primary if the current pace of mail-in ballot applications continues.
Pennsylvania Election Law Reforms Won't Be Ready For May PrimaryFive months after the state’s narrow and bitterly contested presidential race drew Republican claims of improper election procedures, it’s clear no changes will be enacted in time for Pennsylvania’s spring primary election.