Are you registered to vote for the May 17th, 2022 Primary Election?
You have until May 2nd, 2022 to change your voter registration and vote in the May 17th Primary Election.
- Will turn 18 years of age by May 17th?
- Never registered before?
- Moved or changed your address?
- Changed your name?
- Wish to change your party.
|Change your party affiliation (In the primary, you may only vote for individuals who are running as a candidate of the party for which you are registered.)|
You have until May 2nd, 2022 to change your voter registration. You can 1) visit your County Board of Elections Office or 2) change your voter registration at https://www.vote.pa.gov/Register-to-Vote/Pages/How-to-Update-Your-Registraton.aspx
Primary Election verses General Election . . . what is the difference?
The Spring Primary Election each party choses their candidate to move onto the General Election in the Fall. In other words, the Republican Primary Election Ballot will only have Republican candidates on it as the Republicans choose the candidate, they wish to nominate for their candidate for the Fall General Election; and the Democrat Primary Election Ballot will only have Democrat candidates on it as the Democrats choose the candidate, they wish to nominate for their candidate for the Fall General Election.
Some people think they should have a voice on the candidates in the Primary Election even if they are not registered with the party. That would be like voters in one state choosing candidates in another state; or one school district choosing the candidates for another school district.
If you have a candidate, you feel strongly for, you may switch your party, by completing a voter registration form and marking the change party box. You may change parties as often as you like.
Research the candidates, vote for the party candidate who most aligns with your values then Get Out The Vote on May 17th.
The General Election will have the nominee, the person who won the each party’s Primary Election, on it and voters at that time can vote for either party.
On May 18th, we roll up our sleeves and work for the candidate the voters chose to represent our Party and take control in 2023!
The PA Ag Republicans met the people of Juniata County at their Stars & Strips Event
The PA Ag Republicans met the people of Clinton County at an event hosted by PA State Rep Stephanie Borowicz
A great time was had by all who attended the PA Ag Republican KY Derby Party 2020
The PA Ag the Republicans enjoyed meeting the people of Wayne County at a MAGA event.
Amish PAC supports Republican candidates. If you are not registered to vote, you have until 10/6/2018 to register. Every vote counts
Do you need to register to vote? Do you need an absentee ballot? Go to:
Today is Election Day; don’t forget to vote!
In Peggy Grande’s book, The President Will See You Now, she writes, “He (Ronald Reagan) would often brag, with pride that out of all the nations in the world, ours was the only constitution that began with the three simple words, “We the People.” “Ours,” he would say, “is the only constitution in which ‘We the People’ tell the government what to do, not the other way around.” This wasn’t just a nicely turned phrase to him; it was a core belief.”
Today is election day, unlike other countries, “we the people” chose our leaders. Get out and vote for the candidate who best represents the values you want to see in office.
Not sure where to go to vote? Go to https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/pages/pollingplaceinfo.aspx
4/16/2018 is your last chance to register to vote in the May 15th, 2018 Primary Election
Will you be 18 years of age on May 16th, 2018?
Did you move and need to change your voting location?
It’s not too late, you can to to http://www.votespa.com/en-us and register before tomorrow (April 16th, 2018),