VOTES PA is the online resource for all things related to voting in Pennsylvania.
Check your registration status
Register to vote
Update your registration
Find your polling place
Apply for an absentee ballot
Contact your local election office
Mark Wolosik, Division Manager, Allegheny County Elections
Contact: (412) 350-4500 or 542 Forbes Ave., Suite 604 Pittsburgh PA 15219-2953
Get help regarding:
When and where elections will be held
Confirm voter registration
How to register
- Tuesday, May 16 PRIMARY ELECTION DAY
- Tuesday, Oct 10 Last day to REGISTER before the November election
- Tuesday, Oct 31 Last day to apply for ABSENTEE ballot
- Friday, Nov 3 Last day for Board of Elections to receive ABSENTEE ballots
- Tuesday, Nov 7 ELECTION DAY
Democratic Party Links
The Democratic Committee of Pittsburgh’s 14th Ward (this is the official political committee – not the 14WIDC) meets every month at Sixth Presbyterian Church in Squirrel Hill. Sam Hens-Greco is the Chair of the 14th Ward Committee and can be reached at: email@example.com
The Democratic Committee of Allegheny County works in communities, government, and local organizations to build support for our candidates and the Democratic Agenda to benefit all American families. Nancy Patton Mills is the Chair of the Allegheny County Committee. The County Committee can be reached through this email webform or by telephone at (412) 481-5646.
New and improved! The Pennsylvania Democratic Party is dedicated to electing public servants and to fighting for the Democratic Ideal that, in America, everyone has a right to go as far as their natural abilities and perseverance will take them. Marcel Groen is the Chair of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party. The PA Democratic Party can be reached through this email webform or by telephone at (717) 920-8470.
Learn More About Pennsylvania’s Judiciary
BROCHURE: A Citizen’s Guide to The Judicial Branch, Pennsylvania’s Unified Judicial System. This brochure describes the different courts and the roles of each court in Pennsylvania.
WEBSITE: The Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania. The website of the Unified Judicial System includes an excellent interactive description of the courts.
FLOW CHART: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania – Unified Judicial System. This flow chart depicts how cases move through the Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania, from Magisterial District Courts all the way to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.