It’s that time of year again – time to vote! The May 15th primary is fast approaching, but you only have until Monday, April 16th to register to vote or to change political parties. Remember Pennsylvania has a closed primary – meaning only Republicans and Democrats can vote to choose who’s on the November ballot representing their party.
Who has endorsed the candidates for statewide races for PA Supreme Court, PA Superior Court and PA Commonwealth Court? A lot is revealed about the judicial philosophy of a candidate by those who endorses him or her.
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Primary election day in PA is next Tuesday, April 26th. If you or someone you know plans to vote absentee, you have until TOMORROW to get your absentee ballot application into your county courthouse. Check out the AFA of PA voter guides.
The AFA of PA has completed the more detailed voter guide — including both the Republican and Democratic candidates for PA Supreme Court, Superior Court and Commonwealth Court. These are non-partisan and legal for a church to use. They are designed as a bulletin insert – back and front.
Due to redistricting, your district — both federal and state — may have changed. Click here and key in your zip code in the right hand “Enter Your Zip Code” box beside the US map to see who your Congressman is. To find your State Representative and State Senator,, go here and key in your address or county. On Tuesday May 20th races will include all State Representatives and the State Senators in the even numbered districts.
Don’t forget the last day to register in order to vote in the May 20th Primary is this Monday, April 21st. Remember Pennsylvania has a closed primary, meaning only those registered as Republican or Democrat will be permitted to vote on May 20th.
Tomorrow’s weather prediction for Pennsylvania doesn’t look real good. Snow the last week of April!! But the weather does not change the fact that it is Primary Election Day and we as citizens must make every effort to fulfill our duty to vote.
The AFA of PA contacted, via certified mail, each of the United States Senate candidates for both the Democrat and Republican Parties. Sadly only two candidates decided to take the time to respond to our questions on issues they will face if elected to the Senate.