REDESIGNED MAIL BALLOT MATERIALS TO PROVIDE CLEARER INSTRUCTIONS
Redesigned mail ballot materials will be rolled out for the 2024 primary election. The updated materials provides more uniformity across all of Pennsylvania’s counties and is intended to reduce voter errors and confusion.
Click here for the press release on the update.
INSTRUCTION SHEET FROM REDESIGNED MAIL BALLOT MATERIALS. (Yellow highlighting identifies areas that county boards of elections can customize.)
STRATEGIES FOR COUNTERING MIS- AND DISINFORMATION
The League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh held a virtual session on the Strategies for Countering Mis- and Disinformation. You can view a recording of the event here.
Below are three other informative videos:
DID YOU KNOW THAT REGISTERED INDEPENDENTS CAN’T VOTE IN PRIMARIES? LET’S FIX THAT.
Pennsylvania has a chance to give every eligible voter the right to vote in every election. Let’s make 2023 the year Pennsylvania joins 41 other states by repealing closed primaries.
Please call your PA state Senator and ask them to to support a bill to repeal closed primaries or click here to email your Senator.
ELECTION SECURITY, RUMOR VS REALITY
Rumors about our elections abound these days. Click here for the facts about the security of our elections.
LEHIGH COUNTY IS LOOKING FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS TO BECOME POLL WORKERS
You must be 18 years old and a registered voter to apply. This is a paid position!
Call 610-783-3000 X7812 to volunteer or to find out more about becoming a poll worker.
As a Spanish interpreter, you will break language barriers so that everyone has a chance to participate in democracy. Perform your civic duty and ba a part of change.
SUPPORT DEMOCRACY BY VOLUNTEERING TO BE A POLL WORKER
Call (610-782-3194) or email (email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org) the Lehigh County Office of Voter Registration to volunteer to be a poll worker or sign up online. Note that this is a PAID position.