Our nation is in a once in a lifetime health and economic crisis. This pandemic shows just how important it is to elect people who stand with us and fire the ones who don’t,” said NAACP President Derrick Johnson. “It is not enough for anyone of us to simply vote. In this time of crisis, each of us is obligated to make sure that all people in our communities vote. We have to call our neighbors, text our friends, e-mail our loved ones and remind them to vote because our lives literally depend on it.”
Even if you have been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor or are in pretrial detention you may be able to vote. Only those who are CURRENTLY INCARCERATED for a felony conviction CANNOT vote.
Every Tuesday and Thursday Evening from now until the Nov. 3rd election, POWER comes together to call PA voters. Make sure all our people are able to have their voices heard in November.