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You aren't registered to vote?
moved and did not change your voter registration?
You have no idea about your voting status?
You are not sure what political party you have registered with?
If you answered YES to ANY of those questions, you only have until...
...THIS MONDAY, APRIL 21...
...to get it figured out in order to vote in this May's primary.
Find out your voting status, be a part of the solution, GET WITH THE
PROGRAM Call the Allegheny County Elections Division at 412-350-4510.
To get a voter registration form,
download one - http://www.gzpgh.com/vote/2003vrmamarch.pdf
OR pick one up at most Carnegie Library and United States Post
You need to mail it in or drop it off at...
Attn: Voter Registration Section
Division of Elections
542 Forbes Ave., Room 609
Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2953
If mailing it, it needs to be postmarked no later than APRIL 21
You can also sign up this Saturday, April 19 at the WAMO/B-PEP Voter
Registration Drive at the following times & locations....
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
David L. Lawrence Convention Center
951 Penn Avenue
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
2021 Wharton Street
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
6320 Shakespeare Street
**** IMPORTANT PRIMARY VOTING INFO THAT MANY PEOPLE DO NOT KNOW ****
Pennsylvania is a closed primary state. Primary elections are party
elections, and you may vote only one party's ballot.
You declare your party affiliation when you register or by
re-registering at least 30 days before the election.
Only voters enrolled as members of a recognized political party may
for candidates of that party in a primary election. You may choose not
affiliated with a political party. A voter not registered with a
political party may vote only on ballot questions and referenda in the
Basically, there might be an important race in this primary that you
concerned about, but you will not be able to cast a vote in it because
your party affiliation is not the same as the people in the race in
which you are concerned.
If you learned something from this e-mail, pass this information along
to your friends, family, neighbors, co-workers, strangers...
because if you didn't know this, then you know there are others who
Please help getting the word out because informed voters are smart
voters who elect smart people.