Deadline Approaching To Apply For Absentee BallotsYou're running out of time to apply for an absentee ballot for next week's Pennsylvania primary election.
Bill To Allows Independents To Vote In Pa. Primary Gains Some MomentumPennsylvania is in the minority of states with closed primary elections, but the fast-growing number of independent voters is sparking a debate in Pennsylvania's Legislature.
Long Lines At Murrysville Polls May Find Resolution With Smaller Election DistrictsSome voters in Murrysville say they're used to long lines at the polls, but they're getting tired of it and want something to be done.
1 Day Left To Register To Vote In May PrimaryIf you are not registered to vote, have recently moved, or have not designated a party, you have until the end of the day to register.
1 Week Left To Register To Vote In May PrimaryElection Day is coming up again.
Many Pa. Counties Moving To Replace Voting MachinesPennsylvania's top elections official says one-third of the state's counties are advancing plans to install new voting systems ahead of 2020's presidential election.
Butler County Returns To Paper Voting Ballots To Meet New State MandatesButler County is making changes ahead of the next election to try to cut down on fraud.
Pa. Election Security Report Outlines Ways To Secure VotingA new report says Pennsylvania should adopt a number of improvements to make its elections more secure.
Gov. Wolf: Getting New Voting Machines Is 'Right Thing' For Every Pa. CountyGov. Tom Wolf says it's the "right thing" for every Pennsylvania county to buy new voting machines in time for 2020's elections, although he acknowledges it's a costly proposition.
Crunch Time Nears In Pennsylvania To Buy New Voting MachinesIt's getting down to crunch time for Pennsylvania's counties to decide which new voting machines to buy, and how, as Gov. Tom Wolf presses them to switch to machines that leave a paper trail as a safeguard against hacking.
Man Accused Of Threatening To 'Shoot Up' Polling Place Headed To TrialThe Claysville man accused of threatening to shoot up a Washington County polling place on Election Day is headed to trial.
Officials: Man Threatens To Get Gun, Shoot Up Polling PlaceA man allegedly threatened to "shoot up" a polling place in Washington County on Tuesday morning.
Some Pittsburgh Voters Receive Special 'Stronger Than Hate' Voting StickersWhile voters across Western Pennsylvania received the usual "I Voted" stickers, some Squirrel Hill residents received a special "Stronger Than Hate" sticker.
State Auditor General Offering Voters Abundance Of Resources Before Heading To PollsWith voter turnout expected to be higher than normal for the midterm election on Tuesday, the Pennsylvania Auditor General says he’ll be monitoring the polls closely.
Voters Encouraged To Check Polling Place Locations Before TuesdayVoters are being encouraged to check their polling place locations before Tuesday.