Who is on the ballot in the next election?
How to find information about candidates.
Where are the candidates debating?
How to register to vote.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
A photo ID is not required to vote. If you are voting at your polling place for the first time, you must bring an ID (not necessarily with a photo). Acceptable forms of ID are shown here.
If your registration is challenged, you are entitled to a provisional ballot which will be counted if you are later determined to be eligible.
Come to the Civic Salon post-election party. Details here.
Additional information about registering and voting is available at the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania website votesPA.
To apply for an absentee ballot, call the Division of Elections, 412-350-4520, for an Absentee Ballot Application Form or download it here.
For more information about elections in Pennsylvania, see Elections FAQ.
A coalition of many organizations called Fair Districts PA, led by the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania and Common Cause, is working hard on redistricting reform. You can find information about it here.
A 2015 report on a conference on redistricting reform is posted here. Chris Carson, elected LWVUS president at the 2016 convention, led a panel on overcoming entrenched interests as part of this conference. Chris has been involved in redistricting efforts in California since 2009.
The report includes a brief discussion of project "You Draw the Lines 2021" -- an initiative that you can explore here.