HARRISBURG, Pa. — The clock is ticking. Monday, May 2, is the deadline to register to vote in Pennsylvania's May 17 primary election.
It's 15 days before the primary election, which means it's voter registration deadline day.
Pennsylvanians go to the polls on Tuesday, May 17, and if you want to get in the game, there is something you have to do first, register to vote.
There are two ways to do it. The first is to visit the voter registration office in your county. You can also go online.
There is a lot at stake. Voters will pick candidates for governor, United States Senate, United States Congress, all 203 state representatives, and half of the 50 member state senate.
It's rare that the governor's office and a United States Senate are both becoming vacant in the same year. Tom Wolf can't run for a third term as governor, and Senator Pat Toomey is not seeking re-election.
It's also the deadline to change your party registration before the primary election on May 17.