Pennsylvania Primary Moved to June 2, Votes May Be Cast By Mail

The Pennsylvania primary election was rescheduled from April 28 to June 2. Historic legislation authorizes all Pennsylvania voters to vote by mail without providing a reason. This is an option for voters who prefer to cast their ballot from the comfort and safety of home.

The Department of State has updated their voter education outreach toolkit and is encouraging townships to share the information about the new primary date, registration deadline, and option to vote by mail-in ballot. Click here for the toolkit.