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  • Primary Day 2024

    Posted April 22, 2024 | 3:48 pm

  • We are one week away from Primary Day in Pennsylvania. If you vote by mail, now is the time to get that ballot in a mailbox! If you enjoy potentially standing in line and being accosted by last-minute campaigners (whom are only allowed to do so if they are not blocking the entrance to your polling location), in-person voting happens from 7:00AM-8:00PM on Tuesday, April 23rd. Everything you need to know about voting in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is online.

    My mail-in ballot was returned and recorded last week, so these particular selections are locked in:


    President and Vice President

    Biden/Harris 2020


    Pennsylvania Congressional District 12

    Bhavini Patel for Congress


    Pennsylvania State House District 36

    Re-elect Jessica Benham

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  • Election Day 2023

    Posted November 6, 2023 | 7:01 pm

  • It is now General Election season in Pennsylvania! The deadline for returning your mail-in ballot is 8:00PM on November 7th which is when the ballot must be physically received at your local election office to be counted – a postmark is not sufficient. 8:00PM on May 16th is also the latest you can get into line at your polling place, 7:00AM being the earliest.

    If this all looks familiar, it’s because everyone whom I voted for in the primary won and I get to vote for them again…


    Allegheny County Executive

    Sara Innamorato for Allegheny County Executive


    Allegheny County Council At-Large

    Bethany Hallam for Allegheny County Council At-Large


    Allegheny County District Attorney

    Matt Dugan for Allegheny County District Attorney

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  • Primary Day 2023

    Posted May 15, 2023 | 1:05 am

  • Primary Election season is upon us in Pennsylvania! The deadline for returning your mail-in ballot is 8:00PM on May 16th – that’s when the ballot must be physically received in your local election office to be counted; a postmark is not sufficient. 8:00PM on May 16th is also the latest you can get into line at your polling place, 7:00AM is the earliest.

    My mail-in ballot was received by my Elections office last week and I think I picked some good ones…


    Allegheny County Executive

    Sara Innamorato for Allegheny County Executive


    Allegheny County Council At-Large

    Bethany Hallam for Allegheny County Council At-Large


    Allegheny County District Attorney

    Matt Dugan for Allegheny County District Attorney

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  • Election Day 2022

    Posted November 2, 2022 | 1:37 am

  • We are one week away from Election Day. If you vote by mail, now is the time to get that ballot in a mailbox! Otherwise, in-person voting happens in seven days. If you are in Pennsylvania like I am, the government of the Commonwealth has all you need to know.

    As for myself, I returned my mail-in ballot in mid-October. These were some of my selections…


    United States Senate

    John Fetterman for US Senate


    Pennsylvania Governor

    Josh Shapiro for Pennsylvania Governor


    Pennsylvania State House District 36

    Re-elect Jessica Benham


    Ballot Question – Allegheny County

    Shall Article III, Subsection 6(b)
    of Allegheny County’s Home Rule
    Charter be repealed in order to allow
    Members of County Council the
    same freedom of right to seek other
    elected office as is accorded to all
    other independently elected officials
    in Allegheny County, such that
    Council Members are permitted to
    run for nomination or election to
    elected office other than that of
    County Council Member without first
    having to resign from County
    Council?

    NO

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  • Primary Day 2022

    Posted May 10, 2022 | 1:27 am

  • Primary Election season is upon us! At least where I live in Pennsylvania it is. People are receiving their mail-in ballots and hopefully filling them out and mailing them back in time to have them counted. The deadline for that is 8:00PM on May 17th – that’s when the ballot must be physically received in your local election office to be counted; a postmark is not sufficient.

    For those who don’t wish to vote in their pyjamas from the comfort of their homes, one can vote in person on May 17th from 7:00AM when the polls open until they close at 8:00PM (those standing in line prior to that time will still be allowed to vote no matter how late it gets).

    Are you a Pennsylvanian craving more information? There’s a website for that.

    Do you want to know some of my personal candidate picks? See below…


    United States Senate

    Malcolm Kenyatta for US Senate


    Pennsylvania Congressional District 12

    Jerry Dickinson for Congress


    Pennsylvania State House District 36

    Re-elect Jessica Benham

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