Citizens whose voting registration is current and who are affiliated with either the Democratic or Republican party will have the opportunity and responsibility to vote for the candidates they believe will best represent them in the upcoming November 2022 General Election.
(To ensure that your registration is current, go to VOTE411.org or VOTE.pa.gov or call 1-877-VOTESPA.)
If you have never voted or you have recently changed your address or name, you are not eligible to vote in the Primary; the deadline to register or revise your registration was May 2.
Eligible voters will be deciding who will represent their political party for governor and lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania, for state representatives and state senators, and for a U.S. senator to replace Pat Toomey.
These are important decisions that will have a major impact on Pennsylvania and the country, especially in these trying times. Take the time to make good decisions. If you have not yet made up your mind whom to vote for, go to (1) the League of Women Voter’s (LWV) website VOTE411.org, and/or (2) the LWV Voter’s Guide published by the Bucks County Herald on May 5, and /or (3) your political party’s website.
If you have already mailed or dropped off your mail-in or absentee ballot, you have voted. Thank you.
If you requested a mail-in or absentee ballot and have not received it, call the Board of Elections at 215-348-6154.