Pennsylvania’s Primary Election was held on Tuesday, May 15, effectively setting the stage for candidates who won their party’s nod to face off against each other in the general election this November. The unofficial results of all races across Pennsylvania can be found on the state’s
“During each election cycle, we all need to ask ourselves, ‘How can my vote count? How can my vote help to make my community, this nation and the world a better place?’ The Catholic Church doesn’t tell us whom to vote for or what political party to join. But it calls
A long time ago I asked a fellow college student if she was excited to register to vote on her upcoming 18th birthday. My classmate replied, “why would I do that, I’m not a political science major?!” I never forgot her words. She asks an important question – why should we register to
Catholics are called to be faithful citizens. An important part of exercising our citizenship is to register and vote. The 2012 General Election is rapidly approaching. Please note these important dates. If you are not already registered to vote, don’t miss the deadline! Key dat
Tomorrow, November 8, Pennsylvanians will head to the polls to vote for state Supreme Court justices and judges on the Superior and Commonwealth Courts. These races do not garner as much attention as national elections, but they are just as important. Please click here to read an arti
Today is Primary Election Day in Pennsylvania. We are voting for judicial and municipal candidates. Polls close at 8:00 pm. Exercise your faithful citizenship. VOTE! For information about polling places and election equipment, go to votesPA.com.