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.

About Pennsylvania's Election

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This year’s General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 7

Voters will elect judges for four statewide judicial offices to serve 10-year terms. These judges will be retained by a popular vote every 10 years until the age of 75.

  • Justice of the Supreme Court (one position)
  • Judge of the Superior Court (two positions)
  • Judge of the Commonwealth Court (one position)

In addition to statewide judicial offices, voters will also elect candidates for local county row officers, municipal offices, and county judges.

Supreme Court

Carolyn Carluccio (R), Montgomery
Dan McCaffery (D), Philadelphia

Superior Court

Maria Battista (R), Clarion
Jill Beck (D), Allegheny
Harry Smail (R), Westmoreland
Tamika Lane (D), Philadelphia

Commonwealth Court

Megan Martin (R), Cumberland
Matt Wolf (D), Philadelphia

Resources for Voters

  • Not registered to vote? Pennsylvania voters can register online. The last day to register to vote before the General Election is Monday, October 23.
  • Any voter may apply for a mail-in ballot by no later than Tuesday, October 31. 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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