Protect Pennsylvania’s Vote
In 2016, Donald Trump won Pennsylvania by less than one percent, only 44,000 total votes. Right now, across Pennsylvania there are numerous efforts to suppress the vote and disenfranchise eligible voters. From attempting to purge voters off registration lists, to trying to limit the use of voting at home by pushing to get rid of ballot drop-off locations, the Republicans will do everything they can to ensure that they have another narrow victory in this all important battleground state.
With the Trump campaign and other right-wing groups working overtime to win this state, it is vital that you join us and our partners as we work to make sure that voters are registered and have a plan to vote. As we learned in 2016, a few thousand votes will make the difference between winning and losing the election.
KEY VOTING INFORMATION:
|Election Date (In-Person):||November 3rd|
|Voter Registration Deadline:||October 19th|
|Early Voting Starts:||Beginning September 14th voters can download a mail-in ballot application. They can print, complete, sign, and deliver or mail the application to their county election office.
Voters can also stop by a county election office to apply in person. If the county’s ballot is finalized and available, you may request and promptly receive your mail-in ballot.
|Mail In Absentee Request Deadline:||October 27th|
|Mail in Absentee Return Deadline:||November 3rd, 8:00 pm for mail-in and civilian absentee ballots.
November 10th: Last day for County Boards of Elections to receive military and overseas absentee ballots .