Pennsylvania's Elections

Health care remains a top policy issue for many Americans. One way to advocate for your hospital, health care, and your community—and influence the policies that affect them—is to vote on Election Day.

Election box with ballot

About Pennsylvania's Election

This year’s Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, April 23, 2024. This is an opportunity for Pennsylvania voters to elect candidates to represent their given party in the November General Election.

Pennsylvania is a Closed Primary, meaning voters may only elect candidates within their respective registered parties.

Voters will elect candidates for federal office:

  • U.S. President
  • U.S. Senate
  • U.S. Congress

Voters will also elect candidates for three statewide row offices:

  • Attorney General
  • Auditor General
  • Treasurer

In addition to federal and statewide row offices, voters will also elect candidates for state House and half of the state Senate.

Candidates for the three statewide row offices are listed below. Click on each name to visit the candidate's website.
 

Attorney General



Auditor General


Republican

Tim DeFoor*



Treasurer



* Incumbent



Resources for Voters

  • Not registered to vote? Pennsylvania voters can register onlineThe last day to register to vote before the Primary Election is Monday, April 8.
  • Any voter may apply for a mail-in ballot by no later than Tuesday, April 16. Completed ballots must be received by your election board by 8 p.m. on election night.

More information about Voting in Pennsylvania is available online:

 

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