Look here to learn about changes to PA’s elections law:
BACKGROUND: On October 31, 2019, Governor Wolf signed Act 77 of 2019 into law. The Act is an historic election reform bill that makes the most significant improvements to Pennsylvania’s elections in more than 80 years. Act 77 allows more convenient and secure voting. Most voters can now vote by mail-in ballot, and voters will have more time to register to vote and to return their absentee or mail-in ballots.
Changes to voting machines (incl. Allegheny County’s)
Registration made easier!
Mail-in voting available
No excuse absentee ballots
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
14th Ward Map – find your voting district here.
ALL Allegheny County voting districts are HERE.
Downloadable 14th WARD voting district MAP.
Problems with registration or voting?
- Election Protection is there to help.
- So is the ACLU
- The Black Political Empowerment Project is on your side.
ALL Elections Matter!
If you don’t vote, someone else decides everything for you. There are no “off-year” elections. Every election means the world to you:
- How you are represented. Fair Districts PA will tell you more.
- It REALLY matters to women and children.
- Are you a new Citizen? Welcome! See the above resources and this one, too.
- You can use this tool to find ALL of your representatives in government.
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.