- November 2, 2018
The most important election of our lifetime is Tuesday, November 6th!
Election day is our last chance to pull the emergency brake on the Trump-Pence agenda in the general election. Across Pennsylvania and the United States, a record number of voters are turning out to vote for pro-equality candidates.
Here’s a checklist before heading out to the polls:
Locate your polling location
Make a plan! Polls will open at 7:00 AM and close at 8:00 PM. As long as you are in line to vote by the time polls close, you will be permitted to vote! Find your polling place.
Bring an ID
You may need to show ID before voting if you moved within Pennsylvania and are voting for the first time at a new polling place. Find out which forms of ID will be accepted before you head to the polls! For more information on how this might impact trans voters, please refer to the #VotingWhileTrans guide.
Spread the word!
Call or text 5 friends and remind them that every vote counts, and, after you vote, change your Facebook profile picture to encourage others to get to the polls!
We urge you to vote for these pro-equality candidates:
Bob Casey (D)
Tom Wolf (D)
Pennsylvania Lt. Governor
John Fetterman (D)
U.S. House of Representatives
Scott Wallace (D, PA-01)
Brendan Boyle (D, PA-02)
Dwight Evans (D, PA-03)
Madeleine Dean (D, PA-04)
Mary Gay Scanlon (D, PA-05)
Chrissy Houlahan (D, PA-06)
Susan Wild (D, PA-07)
Matt Cartwright (D, PA-08)
George Scott (D, PA-10)
Ron DiNicola (D, PA-16)
Conor Lamb (D, PA-17)
Michael Doyle (D, PA-18)
Pennsylvania State Senate
Steve Santarsiero (D, Senate District 10)
Maria Collett (D, Senate District 12)
Lindsey Williams (D, Senate District 38)
Tarah Probst (D, Senate District 40)
Katie Muth (D, Senate District 44)
Pennsylvania State House of Representatives
Daniel Smith Jr. (D, House District 12)
Perry Warren Jr. (D, House District 31)
Frank Dermody (D, House District 33)
Laura (Liz) Hanbidge (D, House District 61)
Wendy Ullman (D, House District 143)
Joseph Webster (D, House District 150)
Sara Johnson Rothman (D, House District 151)
Thomas Murt (R, House District 152)
Carolyn Comitta (D, House District 156)
Leanne Krueger-Braneky (D, House District 161)
Jennifer Omara (D, House District 165)
Kristin Seale (D, House District 168)
Helen Tai (D, House District 178)
Malcolm Kenyatta (D, House District 181)
Brian Sims (D, House District 182)
To learn more about why HRC is supporting these candidates, please visit HRC.org/Pennsylvania.
See you at the polls!