Pennsylvania has produced a long list of iconic Black people. From Will Smith and Wilt Chamberlin to Jill Scott and Marian Anderson,
trailblazers from across the culture hail from PA. Another fact about Pennsylvania is that is one of the political “battleground” states. Depending on how residents
vote one election to another, different political parties take control and define policy for years at a time.
Be on the right side of history this general election and cast your vote on November 3rd.
What You Need to Know
To vote on election day in Pennsylvania you must have a valid ID. You should have one of the following with you when you go to the polls:
– A PA license or DOT ID card, PA ID, federal ID, US Passport, military ID, student ID, employee ID, or non-photo ID with name and address
In the event you aren’t able to vote in person on election day, voters in Pennsylvania can now vote by mail.
Your deadline to request a ballot is April 21 to vote in your primary, and you must return by April 24. Request your ballot here.
Primary Election Registration Deadline
Presidential Primary Election Date
State Primary Election Date
General Election Registration Deadline
Last day to apply for a mail-in or civilian absentee ballot
Last day for County Boards of Elections to receive voted mail-in
and civilian absentee ballots (must be received by 8 P.M.)