Deadline is here to register to vote in Pennsylvania’s primaries

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Monday is the last chance Pennsylvanians have to register for the state’s May 16 primary elections.


Voters can register by mail if postmarked by Monday, in person at a county voter registration office, or online. Information about all three modes, and a link to a blank voter registration form, is available at: https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/Pages/VoterRegistrationApplication.aspx

In Philadelphia, seven Democrats are seeking to replace Seth Williams as district attorney. Williams declined to run for reelection and has since been indicted on corruption charges. The Republican candidate is running unopposed.





Statewide, there are primaries for school board, municipal government, and appeals court races. Pennsylvania’s more than 2,600 municipal governments all have some race being decided this May, according to the Associated Press. 












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