Learn which Library locations will be open for voting as well as open for library services.
October is American Archives Month, and we had the pleasure of welcoming David Ferriero, 10th Archivist of the United States (2009-2022). As an introduction to American Archives Month and the … Continued
Exercising your right to vote is a powerful part of our democracy, but if you’ve never voted before, you might not know what to expect. Learn what it’s like to vote in person at your polling location.
While this might not be a “big” election year, it’s important to have your voice reflected in all levels of government, including local offices. The best way to do that is simply to vote! The following guide provides details on the voting process (both in-person and by mail), along with links to candidate forums and ballot questions for more context.
Voting by mail is now an option in Pennsylvania. It’s an easy, convenient and secure way to cast your ballot. Apply online, and you’ll receive a ballot in the mail. Mark your ballot and return it by the specified deadline. It’s that simple!
This year’s CivicCLP Speaker Series features voices who will inspire, excite and challenge the community with fresh ideas and perspectives on the importance of difficult dialogue, social infrastructure, record transparency and more!
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It’s election season once again! Primary elections allow community members to choose local and statewide candidates for office and to vote for local legislation.
A Special Election will be held on April 5, 2022 to fill two seats in the PA General Assembly for the 19th and 24th Legislative Districts. These seats were previously held by Ed Gainey and Jake Wheatley, and were left vacant when Ed Gainey became Mayor of Pittsburgh, and Jake Wheatley was selected as his Chief of Staff.