This Tuesday November 5th is your chance have your voice heard across the state of Pennsylvania.

Tuesday is Election Day. 

By law, every polling place must have an accessible voting station for those with a disability. 

From Secretary of State for Pennsylvania

“Voters have the right to assistance at the polling place, including foreign language or literacy assistance. A voter may select any person to assist as long as the person is not their employer, union representative or the Judge of Elections. Voters do not need to be designated as “assistance permitted” in the poll book to receive help. A person who wants assistance will be asked to sign an Assistance Declaration at the precinct, unless the poll book already indicates “assistance permitted.”

Take this opportunity this Tuesday, regardless of your political beliefs, to exercise your right to vote and to allow your voice to be heard by our elected officials.

Below are some links that will help you to vote your conscience and express your views

To find information about your voter registration status go to : https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/pages/voterregistrationstatus.aspx

If you are having issues at your polling station you can contact:

https://www.votespa.com/Your-Rights/Pages/Report-election-complaints.aspx

Find Your County Election Office:

https://www.votespa.com/Resources/Pages/Contact-Your-Election-Officials.aspx

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