Monday is the Deadline to Vote in the Pennsylvania Primary

FILE —This file photo from March 7, 2006 shows Barbara Dubler at the state elections bureau, in Harrisburg, Pa., as she checks the signatures on Gil Longwell's nominating petition to run for the State House in that years primary election. Pennsylvania's Supreme Court on Wednesday Feb. 9, 2022 put a temporary hold on the period for candidates and their supporters to circulate petitions to qualify for Pennsylvania's May 17 primary election. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)

By Patrick Berkery

May 2, 2022

On May 17, registered Democrats and Republicans in Pennsylvania will choose who they want to win their party’s nomination.

Did you register to vote in the Pennsylvania primary yet? 

If not, you’d better hurry. Mondays is your last day to do so.

On May 17, registered Democrats and Republicans in Pennsylvania will choose who they want to win their party’s nomination to run for the following seats in the general election in November:

  • Pennsylvania’s US Senate seat
  • Pennsylvania’s 17 US House of Representatives seats
  • Half of Pennsylvania’s state Senate seats
  • All 203 of Pennsylvania’s state House of Representatives seats

Republicans will also choose who they want to run on their ticket to be Pennsylvania’s governor. Democrat Josh Shapiro is currently unopposed.

If you’re not registered, click here to go to the state voter registration application and fill it out today.

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