Today is election day; in Pennsylvania, polls for in person voting are open from 7AM to 8PM. Major races in the state of Pennsylvania include Governor and United States Senate. The race for Governor of Pennsylvania is between Attorney General Josh Shapiro from the Democratic Party and State Senator Doug Mastriano from the Republican Party; for the United States Senate the race is between Lt. Governor John Fetterman and Television Celebrity Doctor Mehmet Oz; there are also several third party candidates. All State and Congressional representatives are also up for election and some state senatorial races, such as Republican Michelle Brooks who is opposed by Democrat Rianna Czech.
If you are voting for the first time or at a new precinct you must provide identification in the form of a photo ID issued by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or the Federal government; acceptable ID includes a driver’s license or PennDOT photo ID, US Passport, Military ID, and student or employee ID. If you lack photographic ID you may use confirmation issued by the County Voter Registration Office, non-photo ID issued by the commonwealth, non-photo ID issued by the U.S. Government firearm permit, current utility bill current bank statement, current paycheck, or Government issued check. If you cannot provide any such identification you may still request a provisional ballot by which to vote. For more information visit the voter services website at Vote.PA.gov.