MAIL-IN BALLOTS. Find out more. Need Assistance? See JFCS of Pittsburgh’s List
2020 PRIMARY ELECTION VOTER’S GUIDE
UPDATE ON MAIL-IN VOTING >>> Allegheny County is going to send EVERY registered Allegheny County voter an absentee ballot application.
You may still apply through VotesPA.
Watch This for the Step-By-Step:
PGH 14 WIDC 2020 ENDORSEMENTS:
U.S. House of Representatives District 18: Mike Doyle
PA Attorney General: Josh Shapiro
PA Auditor General: Michael Lamb
PA Treasurer: Joseph Torsella
PA Senate District 43: Jay Costa, Jr.
PA House District 23: Dan Frankel
PA House District 24: Ed Gainey
PA House District 34: Summer Lee
Who’s running? Here’s a list.
Couldn’t connect for the Candidate Forum on March 29th? Here are the candidate videos.
Out of concern for everyone’s health and safety during the COVID-19 outbreak …
We cancelled our annual fundraiser. We hope to see you live and in-person next year
Here is Pittsburgh’s own Howie Alexander Trio, who we booked for our cancelled fundraiser. We paid them anyway because we know many artists and freelancers have recently lost business. Think about booking them when social events are safe again!
Your contributions support our work throughout the year, including our Annual Meeting, Barbara Danko Political Forum, Endorsement Candidate Forum and Election, and the primary election Voters Guide.
Club endorsements have been shown to increase endorsed candidates primary results over 5%.
Information on covid-19:
Now, some information on how we can all help our communities manage the covid-19 outbreak and keep the impact to a minimum by “flattening the curve”:
Be informed: There will be a lot of conflicting information during this outbreak. Follow any directives or recommendations from the following sources:
Things to note:
Stay home if you are sick! You can communicate through email if you need to be at work meetings or events.
Practice self-care and other mental health wellness! Check out this resource from the CDC
And use this resource in times of distress: https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/disaster-distress-helpline
WASH YOUR HANDS! Even without an outbreak, you should always wash your hands. Check out this article on ways to greet people without shaking hands.