We’re all used to working from home, so it’s not much of a leap to vote from there, too.
Many Pennsylvanians may be casting mail-in ballots for the first time for the June 2 primary, which was delayed because of COVID-19. Gov. Tom Wolf is encouraging the practice — and there is a sizable argument over the best way to do so.
Regardless, you have until 5 p.m. on May 26 to turn in your application for an absentee or mail-in ballot to your county’s election office. Then check out the full breakdown of how to vote by mail here.
– Dan Stefano, WordWrite