Election 2022

Pennsylvania Primary: Important Dates

  • Register to Vote in the Primary: May 2, 2022
  • Apply for Mail-in Ballot for the Primary: May 10, 2022
  • Primary election: May 17, 2022

How to Vote in the Pennsylvania Primary

Woori Center’s Election Guides

Read about the steps to vote and who is on the ballots this year! Available for the Greater Philadelphia region and Montgomery County in English and Korean.

Election guides for 2022 are forthcoming. 

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Elections FAQ

When is the 2022 Primary Election?

The General Election in Pennsylvania is May 17, 2022

When is the 2022 General Election?

The General Election in Pennsylvania is November 8, 2022

Am I eligible to vote?

You are eligible to vote in the 2022 Primary Election if: 

  • You are a United States Citizen
  • You have lived in Pennsylvania for 30 days or more
  • You will be 18 years of age or older on May 2, 2022

Remember, you must be registered at your current address. 

Where do I vote in-person?

Look up your polling place with this website: votespa.com/polls

Polls are open from 7AM – 8PM the day of the election.

Who can request a mail-in ballot?

Any registered voter may request a mail-in ballot. Request forms must be received by your county election board by 5 pm on May 10, 2022. Plan to send your ballot in the mail ASAP to ensure it is counted. 

What is a voting plan?

Voting plans can include: 

  • If voting by mail, when are you requesting your ballot? When are you returning it? 
  • If voting in-person, how you are getting to the polls? Where is your polling place? (For example: car, bus, train)
  • What time are you going to the polls? (For example: your lunch break, before work, after class)
  • Who is going with you to the polls? 

I’m a college student. How do I vote?

Go to the Votes PA College Student page to learn about how to vote. 

I need language support. What can I do?

You are allowed to bring someone with you to vote, as long as the person who helps you:

  • is not your employer or union representative
  • is not the judge of elections

You do not need to get permission before each election to have someone help you vote, but you may be asked to sign a declaration stating that you need assistance at the polling place.

Where can I get more information about voting?

You can visit the the Votes PA Website if you have other questions about voting!

Woori Center Can Help!

Woori Center can help you understand the voting process and can provide Korean translation if needed. Email us at info@wooricenterpa.org, or call (267) 270-9466.

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