Election Day is Tuesday; Find Your Polling Place Here

Pennsylvania's primary elections will be held Tuesday, May 20.

Primary elections are held so that voters can choose their party's nominees to appear on the ballot in November.

Pennsylvania's primaries are closed, which means that you must be a registered Democrat to vote in the Democratic primary, or a registered Republican to vote in the Republican primary.

Use this online tool to find your polling place; simply input your address and it will tell you where you go to vote.

In Pennsylvania, you must register to vote 30 days prior to an election in order to be eligible to vote. See if you're eligible to vote in Tuesday's primary here.

Four Democrats are vying to be their party's gubernatorial nominee: state Treasurer Robert McCord; Kathleen McGinty, former secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection; U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz; and Thomas W. Wolf, former secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue.

The winner of Tuesday's Democratic gubernatorial primary will face Gov. Tom Corbett in November.

A Taxpayer May 18, 2014 at 07:02 PM
For those that are registered "No Preference", if there are questions on the ballet you CAN vote. Ballets are available for those voters when items that are not party related are on the ballet. Check with your voting district.
Peter May 19, 2014 at 08:00 AM
But I don't like the ballet. :)
Barbara Berger May 19, 2014 at 08:11 AM
Your voter information story is worthless when it comes to getting information.It seems to fill in the info that it wants,not what you want.


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