by Alex Lloyd Gross
Early voting is here in Pennsylvania. With COVID-19 many think this is a great way to stop the spread of the virus. There are polling places, set up in every county in the state, where Pennsylvania residents can vote early in-person, greatly expanding the options for Pennsylvanians to cast their ballots this cycle. Participants will bring attention to county elections offices in their communities, where voters can request and complete a mail ballot, seal it in the secrecy envelope, place that in the larger return envelope, sign and return it — all in one stop.
Today, October 13, 2020, PA Attorney General Josh Shapiro is going to cast his vote early in Norristown at the county courthouse. He will be joined by Rep Madelene Dean. Across the state, there will be other events similar, including representatives Chris Rabb, Patty Kim and others. This event is geared towards getting out the vote early for Joe Biden.
There is less than 500 hours to go until November 3, 2020. To get more information on voting, PA residents can go to https://iwillvote.com/?state=pa