A Citizen’s Perspective: PA’s Election Reform

February 10, 2020 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Tredyffrin Library
582 Upper Gulph Road

I hope you are staying warm. Just a quick reminder that our next forum is Monday February 10th. We originally had planned to talk about Mental Health. But there have been significant changes in PA Election law that will affect the 2020 elections. It is important that we understand these changes well before the April 28 primary. Please join us as we explore these changes and how we can take advantage of them to make voting easier. (We will reschedule Mental Health.)

 PA’s Election Reform Last October, Governor Wolf signed an election reform bill (Act 77 of 2019) that makes voting more convenient and secure. This is the most significant improvement to Pennsylvania’s elections in more than 80 years.  Among the changes: Most voters can vote by mail-in ballots and voters will have more time to register to vote. The bipartisan compromise legislation takes effect for the April 28, 2020 primary election. Please join us as we discuss how this new bill changes our election process and how you can best take advantage of the changes.   PA’s Election Reform 

Monday February 10

7:30 – 9pm at the Tredyffrin Library


The session will start at 7:30pm, but we have the room starting at 7:00pm, so, please come a few minutes early for some casual conversation.


Please feel free to share this invitation broadly—all are welcome.  We hope you can join us…and bring a friend or two.


Any questions, please contact Jerry Henige, jhenige@verizon.net, 610 341-0756

Author: Steve Lane

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Tredyffrin Township Democratic Committee
P.O. Box 910
Devon, PA 19333
(484) 474-0570



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