Pa. primary voter registration deadline nearing

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Monday is the deadline to register to vote in the Pennsylvania’s May 16 primary election.


It has never been easier to vote.

Voters can register online, by mail, or go to the county voter registration office to register in person.






There are also a number of government offices that handle voter registration including the Department of Transportation photo license center, area agencies on aging, armed forces recruitment centers, and  state offices that provide public assistance and services to persons with disabilities. 

To be eligible, voters must be a citizen for a least one month before the election, a resident of Pennsylvania for at least 30 days, and 18 years of age on or before the next election.

In a primary, voters must be registered with a political party to vote for those candidates. In general, voters are entitled to vote on Constitutional amendments, ballot questions and in all special elections that might be held at the same time as a primary election.

In Philadelphia, the headline primary races are for district attorney and controller.

Statewide, voters will chose their parties’ candidates for Supreme, Superior and Commonweath court judgeships.






















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