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Public Joins Celebration of 100th Anniversary of Pennsylvania Vote for Women’s Suffrage
Historic Women’s Suffrage Records Will Be Displayed on 100th Anniversary of PA Ratification
Counties Reach Another Milestone with New Voting Systems
Pennsylvania Participates in U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security’s Cyber Training to Secure Elections
Acting Secretary of State Presents Indiana County Commissioners with Funding for New Voting System
Acting Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar presented the Indiana County Commissioners with an $84,792 check today, on her first post-primary visit to a county that has already deployed its new voting system.
Acting Secretary of State Reports Smooth Primary Voting
State Officials Assure Pennsylvanians of Election Security on Primary Day
Department of State Moves Election Day Operations to PEMA
Pennsylvanians Can Get First Look at Vote Count at Election Returns Website
With Tuesday’s municipal primary election just ahead, Acting Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar today reminded Pennsylvanians that the Department of State’s election night returns website offers up-to-the-minute results.
VotesPA.com Provides Comprehensive Voting Information
In preparation for Pennsylvania’s municipal primary election on May 21, Acting Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar reminds Pennsylvanians they can find comprehensive voting information at votesPA.com.
Six High Schools in Southwest Pennsylvania Receive Governor’s Civic Engagement Awards
Six high schools in southwest Pennsylvania received Governor's Civic Engagement Awards (GCEA) today for registering to vote at least 65 percent of their eligible students.
Seven High Schools in Southeast Pennsylvania Receive Governor’s Civic Engagement Awards
Ten High Schools in Central and Northeast Pennsylvania Receive Governor’s Civic Engagement Awards
Centre County Poll Workers Train with Upgraded Voting System
Acting Secretary of State to Commend Pike County at Demo of New Voting Equipment with a Paper Trail
Acting Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar will applaud Pike County’s commitment to election security tonight during a demonstration of a new voting system that includes a paper trail. The event is open to the public and runs from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. at the county Administration Building, 506 Broad St., Milford.
Governor’s Civic Engagement Award to Honor Schools and Students
Pennsylvania high schools and students who earned the Governor’s Civic Engagement Award (GCEA) for their voter registration efforts this school year will be honored at three regional recognition events.
Voters Should Request Absentee Ballots Early for May Primary
Acting Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar today encouraged eligible Pennsylvania voters to submit applications for primary election absentee ballots before the May 14 deadline.
Primary Voter Registration Deadline is April 22
One-Stop Voter Registration Information at VotesPA.com
Department of State Certifies Fifth New Voting System with Paper Record and Advanced Security
Deadline Nears for High Schools to Register for Governor’s Civic Engagement Award
More Counties Transitioning to New Voting Systems with a Paper Record
Pennsylvania counties continue to make great progress transitioning to more secure and accessible voting systems with paper records that voters can verify before casting their ballot.
Philadelphia and Mercer to Implement New Post-Election Audits for November 2019 Election
Philadelphia and Mercer counties will be the first counties in the commonwealth to do enhanced audits of election results using recommendations from experts.
Philadelphia Becomes Latest County to Approve Purchase of New Voting System
With a vote by city commissioners Wednesday, Philadelphia became the latest Pennsylvania county to select a new voting system under updated standards for security, auditability and accessibility.
Governor Wolf Proposes $75 Million in State Funding for New Voting Systems
Governor Wolf’s 2019-20 budget proposes a minimum of $15 million each year for the next five years, for a combined total of at least $75 million, in state funding for new voting systems.
Expo in Erie to Demonstrate New Voting Systems with Advanced Security and Paper Trail
The Department of State is inviting the public to view several new voting systems that offer 21st-century advanced security and a paper trail. The expo is 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Erie County Blasco Memorial Library, 160 East Front Street.
Department of State Certifies Fourth New Voting System with Paper Trail and Advanced Security
A fourth voting system that provides a paper trail has been certified by the secretary of state.
Department of State Certifies Third New Voting System with Paper Trail and Advanced Security
Expo in Doylestown to Demonstrate New Voting Systems with Advanced Security and Paper Trail
Expo in Carlisle to Demonstrate New Voting Systems with Advanced Security and Paper Trail
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