Election 2022

Voting is the way we as citizens of the United States and its component states, counties and cities express our opinions and preferences. We are periodically asked to mark our ballots for candidates for various offices and to weigh in on proposals to change or enact laws, impose new taxes and many other kinds of questions. Voting is the cornerstone of our democratic process.

COMMENTARY

Outside groups flood Pa.’s U.S. Senate race with cash | Tuesday Morning Coffee

BY: - March 22, 2022

At more than $12.8M, Pennsylvania is one of the top four targets for outside groups.

Survey: Most 2022 governor candidates back gift ban for Pa. pols

BY: - March 21, 2022

Reformers March on Harrisburg surveyed 16 candidates for the top spot, 10 said they'd back a ban.

Little has changed for Pennsylvania election officials, voters heading into 2022

BY: - March 18, 2022

The same challenges, such as limited state funding and limited time to process mail-in ballots, remain unresolved.

GOP Family Feud: Conservative group targets Pa. House leader Saylor for gas tax, budget votes

BY: - March 16, 2022

'After 28 years, it is time to retire Harrisburg Stan Saylor,' the Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania argues in a new ad.

An early guide to Pennsylvania’s 2022 Senate and governor’s primary election

BY: and - March 15, 2022

A TV star, an attorney general, a lt. governor, and a former member of Congress will be among those competing for voters' attention this spring.

The Capital-Star’s 2022 Pa. incumbent retirement and primary tracker

BY: - December 17, 2021

Reminder, the legislative maps are drafts and could change in the next thirty days. After that, there is a high likelihood of court challenges. Still, with that said, here is the latest running tally of lawmakers retiring next year, or facing a colleague to come back to Harrisburg.

Election 2022

Voting is the way we as citizens of the United States and its component states, counties and cities express our opinions and preferences. We are periodically asked to mark our ballots for candidates for various offices and to weigh in on proposals to change or enact laws, impose new taxes and many other kinds of questions. Voting is the cornerstone of our democratic process.

Deadlines

May 2

Deadline to register to vote in the primary

May 10

Applications for a mail-in or absentee ballot must be received by your county election board by 5pm

May 17

Primary Election. Voted Ballots must be received by your county election office by 8pm

Voter Guide

See what’s on your ballot, check your voter registration, and locate your polling place at vote411.org, provided by the League of Women Voters Education Fund.

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