Make a Vote Plan
The Democratic Primary Election is Tuesday, April 28. It's important to think about your plan to vote.
Studies show that you are more likely to make it to the polls if you actively make a plan to vote earlier in the day. Follow these steps to make sure you don't miss it!
1. Register to Vote
You must be registered in order to vote. Voter registration has recently been made easier, and you can now complete your registration online. You must be registered by April 13 in order to vote in the Primary Election.
Not sure if you're registered? Check your status online or call 1-877-VOTESPA to verify.
2. Find Your Polling Place
Polling places sometimes change, so even if you've voted recently, make sure to check your correct polling location.
OR, 2a. Request A Mail-In Ballot
Beginning this year, all Pennsylvania voters can vote by mail. Many voters find mail-in voting easier and more convenient, so this may be a good option for you if you find it difficult to get to the polls on Election Day.
To vote by mail, you must submit a mail-in ballot application no later than 5pm Tuesday, April 21.
3. Pick A Specific Time To Vote
If you're voting in person, what time on Election Day, Tuesday, April 28 will you go to the polls? You're more likely to go if you pick a specific time, like "in the morning before work," or "after lunch," or "at 3pm" - whatever works for you. Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. So long as you're in line by 8pm, you'll be permitted to vote. Once you've decided when to vote, put it on your calendar.
Voting by mail offers much more flexibility, but it can also slip your mind more easily. Set a calendar reminder right now so you'll remember later. Mail-in ballots are also due by 8pm Election Day, April 28.
After you make your plan, please share your support on Facebook and Twitter and remind your friends to vote too!
PA State House 168th District Map
Brittany is running for Pennsylvania State House District 168th, representing these communities in the state legislature: