Three proposed amendments to the state constitution are headed to the Senate for a vote after passing through the State Government Committee. If passed by both the Senate and House this month, they could go to voters as early as May.
If you plan to vote by mail in Pennsylvania, make sure to date your ballot. While your ballot might still be counted even if you don’t date it, it’s best not to leave it to chance or to the whims of the Supreme Court, which on Tuesday injected confusion into whether undated ballots would be counted in November’s elections.
Poll workers in Pennsylvania are needed every year to assist voters at the polls. As an integral part of the democratic process, the state depends on these workers to run a fair and secure election at over 9,000 polling locations in the commonwealth.