Pennsylvania Primary Election Day is Tuesday, April 23rd. Be Prepared.

Tuesday, April 23, 2024 is Pennsylvania’s Primary Election Day! 
*Please note that April 23 falls on Passover – if you need a mail-in ballot, see below.2

This year’s election includes several major races, including US President, US Senator, PA Attorney General, PA Auditor General, and PA Treasurer, as well as several local representatives depending on district. In addition, there is a ballot question related to the legal defense of registered community organizations (RCOs). Please see below for reminders and where to find more information.

Three ways to vote:
1. Vote by Mail: Mail-in ballots must be requested by April 16th, 5:00pm and should be requested as soon as possible. You can check your status and request a mail-in ballot at Once you receive your mail-in ballot, follow the directions carefully and return your ballot in the mail or at an official drop box location. Ballots must be received by April 23, 8:00pm.
2. Vote Early In-Person (“walk up”): Once ballots are available, you can go to the County Board of Elections at City Hall Room 142, request a mail-in ballot, complete the ballot on the spot, and hand it back in. The deadline for early in-person voting is April 16, 5:00pm.
3. Vote at the Polls: Polls are open 7:00am-8:00pm on Tuesday April 23. Visit to confirm your polling place.

Key dates to remember:
– April 8: last day to register or update your registration
– April 16: last day to apply for a mail-in ballot
– April 23: PA primary election day

For more information: voter registration, status, and updates confirm your poll location, sample ballot, and other questions Committee of 70 offers nonpartisan interactive voter guides and information about Philadelphia government.
– You can also contact your local committee person for questions and candidate information and endorsements.

Questions? Interested in getting involved? Please contact Tara Williams (LSNA Government Relations Committee Chair) at 215-518-5758 or