This will be the first midterm election since Pennsylvania implemented its new voting system, which includes mail-in ballots and early voting. Here’s what you need to know about voting in Pennsylvania in 2022.
What is the midterm election?
The midterm election is an election that takes place in the middle of a President’s term. In the United States, the midterm elections are held every four years in November. The midterm election determines which party will control Congress for the next two years. The President is not on the ballot in a midterm election.
Who is running for office in Pennsylvania?
In Pennsylvania, voters will elect a governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, auditor general, state treasurer, and one of Pennsylvania’s two U.S. senators. The current governor is Tom Wolf (D), who is running for reelection. The current lieutenant governor is John Fetterman (D), also running for reelection. The current attorney general is Josh Shapiro (D), who is running for reelection. The current auditor general is Eugene DePasquale (D), who is running for reelection. And the current state treasurer is Joe Torsella (D), also running for reelection.
As for Pennsylvania’s two U.S. Senate seats, both are up for election this year. The first seat is currently held by Bob Casey (D), who is running for reelection. The second seat is currently held by Pat Toomey (R), who is not up for reelection this year.
What are the key issues in the election?
The key issues in the election are the economy, healthcare, and immigration. The candidates have different plans to improve the economy and healthcare, and their stances on immigration differ as well.
The economy is a major issue in the election. The candidates have different plans on how to improve the economy. One candidate wants to raise taxes on the wealthy, while the other wants to cut taxes for everyone.
Healthcare is also a major issue in the election. The candidates have different plans on how to improve healthcare. One candidate wants to repeal Obamacare, while the other wants to keep it.
Immigration is another major issue in the election. The candidates have different plans on how to deal with immigration. One candidate wants to build a wall along the border, while the other wants to provide a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
How to register to vote in Pennsylvania
To register to vote in Pennsylvania, you must be:
-A citizen of the United States for at least one month before the election
-A resident of Pennsylvania and your county for at least 30 days before the election
-At least 18 years old on or before the day of the next election
You can register to vote in Pennsylvania in a few different ways. You can register online, by mail, or in person.
If you choose to register online, you must provide your driver’s license number or the last four digits of your Social Security number. You must also create an account with the Pennsylvania Online Voter Registration system. Once you have created an account, you can fill out and submit your voter registration form.
If you choose to register by mail, you can download a voter registration form from the Pennsylvania Department of State website. Once you have completed the form, you must send it to your county registration office. The address of your county registration office can be found on the Pennsylvania Department of State website.
If you register in person, you can do so at your county registration office or any PennDOT Driver License Center when applying for or renewing your driver’s license or state ID card. When registering in person, you will need to provide proof of residency with a current utility bill, bank statement, government check stub, paycheck stub, or other official documents with your name.
How to cast your ballot
When you go to your polling place on Election Day, you will be asked to show identification. Once the poll workers have verified your identity, they will give you a ballot.
On the ballot, you will see the candidates and issues for election in your area. To vote for a candidate, simply fill in the oval next to their name. If you want to vote on an issue, fill in the oval next to “yes” or “no.”
Once you have made all of your selections, hand your ballot to a poll worker, who will electronically tabulate your votes.
What are the polling hours on Election Day?
The polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
Where to find your polling place
If you’re a registered voter in Pennsylvania, you can find your polling place by visiting the state’s website. Simply enter your address, and the site will provide you with a list of nearby locations. You can also call your county’s election office to find out where your polling place is.
In Pennsylvania, polling places are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on election day. If you’re in line at your polling place when the polls close, you’ll still be able to vote.
If you have any questions about voting in Pennsylvania, you can contact the state’s department of elections at 1-877-VOTESPA (1-877-868-3772).
Voters in Pennsylvania will have the opportunity to cast their ballots in the midterm election on November 8, 2022. This is an important election for the state of Pennsylvania and its residents. We hope you take the time to research the candidates and make an informed decision when you head to the polls.