April 15, 2024

The Pennsylvania Primary will be held Tuesday, April 23, 2024. Here is some important information about voting and endorsed candidates. When can I vote? Polls are open 7 AM to 8 PM. By PA law, anyone who is in line by 8 PM must be allowed to vote. If you are in line at 8:00 PM, stay in line until your ballot has been cast!

Do I need to bring ID? No. Unless it’s your first time voting at a new polling place. If it’s your first time voting at a new location, you must bring one of the approved forms of identification. Your ID doesn’t need to be a photo ID. There are many forms of non-photo ID that are acceptable.

Where do I vote? You have a designated polling place. Do you know where you’re going? Find your polling location here. If you end up at the wrong polling place or the poll workers cannot find your name in the poll book, you have the right to vote using a provisional ballot.

RPAC Endorsed Candidates

As REALTORS®, it’s important to back candidates who support private property rights and the real estate industry. The Pennsylvania REALTORS® PAC Trustees have endorsed many candidates for open legislative seats or incumbent candidates with primary election challengers. These endorsements are based on candidates’ commitment to real estate, as well as candidate interviews and recommendations from local associations across the state, including GPAR. 

Pennsylvania House of Representatives

  • Incumbent – Regina Young (D) serving House District 185 
  • Incumbent – G Roni Green (D) serving House District 190 
  • Open Seat – Andre Carroll (D) for House District 201 

For more information about RPAC, the candidate screening process or endorsements, please contact Brittney Baker Shurr, Director of Government Affairs & Public Policy. 

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