How To Vote

We’ve got to turn things around in our country, and we can start by showing up to vote. Here’s everything you need to know to get registered and vote for Jess in 2018.

When are the elections in 2018?

There are two key election days in 2018: 

  • The Democratic primary election: Tuesday, May 15th, 2018
  • 2018 general election: November 6th, 2018

What is the Democratic primary on May 15th, 2018? How do I vote for Jess in the Democratic Primary?

The Democratic primary is when registered Democrats in Pennsylvania vote to choose the Democratic Party’s nominee in a variety of races, including Governor, Lt. Governor, Senate, and the U.S House of Representatives.

Only registered Democrats in Pennsylvania can vote in the Democratic primary.

Jess is running to represent Pennsylvania’s 11th Congressional District in the U.S House of Representatives. Registered Democrats in Pennsylvania’s 11th Congressional District can vote for Jess King on May 15th, 2018.

Where is Pennsylvania’s 11th Congressional District? How do I know what district I’m in?

Pennsylvania’s 11th District includes all of Lancaster County, and Southern York County.

You can check what district you’re in using this map.

How do I register to vote in Pennsylvania? When is the deadline to register if I want to vote in the 2018 Democratic Primary?

You can register to vote in Pennsylvania online here:

To vote in the Democratic primary, you must register to vote AND register as a Democrat by April 16th, 2018. Registered independents, Republicans, or members of other parties cannot vote in the Democratic primary.

You can check your registration status here:

If I am a registered independent or a Republican, and want to re-register as a Democrat to vote in the primary, how do I do that?

Simply fill out the voter registration form with your new information by April 16, 2018:

How do I find out where to vote on Election Day?

You can find your polling place here:

Do I need to bring anything with me when I go to my polling place?

If it’s your first time voting at this polling place, you need to bring a form of identification. Check here to ensure you bring an eligible form of ID:

If you have voted at your polling place before, you don’t need to bring anything.