The Municipal Primary is May 16th!

Posted Apr 14, 2023, by Paul Fedore

Here is some important information to keep in mind.



The 2023 Municipal Primary is coming up next month: May 16th is the date to cast your vote. Polls will be open from 7am to 8pm. If you are not sure where your polling place is, you can find that information here.  If you have not done so already, the last day to register to vote is May 1st. Planning to mail in your ballot or vote absentee? The last day to request your ballot is May 9th, but your application must be submitted to your county election office by 5pm that day. Make sure that your mail-in or absentee ballot is submitted to your county elections board no later than 8pm on election night. 

If you have an emergency that causes you to miss the deadline to submit your application, you may still be able to get a ballot after the deadline. You can find information about how to get an emergency absentee ballot at this link. If you are unable to pick up and or return your emergency absentee ballot yourself, you can fill out a form to authorize a representative to do so. This form must be submitted to the county board of elections by the voter or their representative no later than 8pm on election night.

If you are unsure of who is running for what office in your county, you can follow the links to view the Unofficial Primary Ballot for both Washington and Greene Counties. For more information about voting in the primary election, please contact our Field Program Coordinator Paul at 724-229-3550 or paul@centerforcoalfieldjustice.org


  • Paul Fedore

    Paul Fedore has been a resident of Washington County since 2016 and previously worked with Washington County United, a chapter of PA United, as a canvasser fighting for economic, environmental, and racial justice. He loves camping, hiking, fishing, and boating. Paul joined CCJ’s team in July 2020 as the Field Program Coordinator to help deepen and strengthen our relationships with communities in southwestern Pennsylvania and to ensure that people have a pathway to engage in improving their communities. As of late 2023, Paul is now a Community Organizer, and is excited to work with everyone to hold fossil fuel companies and our elected officials accountable and to organize to build power in our small towns and rural communities. Contact Paul at paul@centerforcoalfieldjustice.org.

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