Want to Vote for Governor? Register Today
If you want to vote in November’s election, you must be registered by the end of the business day today.
Applications from Pennsylvanians registering for the first time, changing their address or changing their party affiliation must be postmarked or delivered to the applicant’s county board of elections by the close of business Monday.
Aside from being 18 or older, would-be voters need to be U.S. citizens for at least one month before the primary and residents of Pennsylvania and the election district in which you want to register and vote for at least 30 days.
Residents may apply in person at a county voter registration office; the state departments of public welfare or health; Pennsylvania Department of Transportation photo and driver’s license centers; armed forces recruitment centers; county clerk of orphan’s courts or marriage license centers; area agencies on aging; county mental health and intellectual disabilities offices; student disability services offices of the State System of Higher Education; offices of special education in high schools; and Americans with Disabilities Act-mandated complimentary paratransit providers.
You can find out how to register at votespa.com. A reminder about the seats up for vote in November: governor, lieutenant governor, members of Congress, the entire Pennsylvania House and half the Pennsylvania Senate. [Morning Call]