Primary Election Day is May 17, 2022
Important dates for upcoming May 17th Primary Election: last day to register to vote or change your party affiliation is close of business on May 2nd. Your county election office must receive your absentee ballot application by close of business on May 10th. Remember the PA Constitution (Article VII, Section 14(a) allows for absentee ballots for illness, disability, or if your work takes you away from your municipality on election day. There is NO mention of no-excuse mail-in ballots in the PA Constitution!
The voted and signed ballot must be received by your county election office by 8:00 p.m. on May 17th. Pay special attention to the process — especially the privacy envelopes.
Click here to begin the voter registration/change of party affiliation process.
This non-partisan voter guide is designed as a two-sided bulletin insert and is perfectly legal for churches to use.
The AFA of PA voter guides currently available:
Check it out: US Senate, Governor, Lt Governor Endorsements
Information on the 17 congressional races. This resource gives a very short synopsis of the stands taken by the 48 candidates and includes their websites. In some cases it will also list their endorsements. If, after redistricting, you don’t know which district you live in, click here and then click on “Verbal Descriptions of Districts” in the blue box. Check out our Congressional Races Primary 2022
Info on select General Assembly and some local races will soon be available.
Remember ALL elections have consequences!