Primary Election Sees Low Voter Turnout Despite Key Candidates, Referendums On The BallotDespite the warm weather and key issues on the ballot, many people are choosing not to show up for the primary election in Allegheny County.
Allegheny County Election Officials Anticipate Most Results Will Be In By TonightIt is primary day in Pennsylvania and it is open to all voters, and the polls close in less than two hours at 8 p.m.
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.
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.
Some Westmoreland Co. Voters Delayed Due To Vote Counting Scanner MalfunctionAt least one polling location in Westmoreland County was down early on Election Day morning because the vote counting machine was not working.
Some Allegheny Co. Suburban Polling Places Run Low On Provisional Ballots EarlyIt was dark, early and cold outside, but that did not stop voters from waiting in line outside of the Ross Township Municipal Building before the polls even opened.
'You Need Your Voice To Be Heard': Pittsburgh Voters Line Up At Polling Places To Cast BallotsIn the City of Pittsburgh Tuesday morning, voters were out early to cast their ballots.
Early Voting Continues In Allegheny County As Additional Election Sites Open For Last WeekendEarly voting continues across Pennsylvania. This is the last weekend for the additional election sites across Allegheny County.
Judge Denies GOP Request For 'Poll Watchers' At Allegheny County Satellite Election OfficesA federal judge denied a request from two Republican candidates for Congress who wanted poll watchers at Allegheny County's satellite election offices.
Fayette County Voters To Be Notified Of 'Voter Declaration Mistakes' By Election OfficialsPeople voting by mail in Fayette County will be notified if they have made any voter declaration mistakes by election officials.
Pa. Supreme Court Rules Ballots Can't Be Tossed Over Voter SignaturePennsylvania's Supreme Court ruled unanimously Friday on a key concern surrounding an avalanche of mail-in ballots in the presidential battleground state, prohibiting counties from rejecting ballots because the voter's signature on it may not resemble their signature on their registration form.