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July 13, 2020 • Letters & Testimony
Letter to PA Senators: Committee of Seventy Opposes Regional Judicial Elections, HB 196
Letter to PA Senators: Committee of Seventy Opposes Regional Judicial Elections, HB 196
May 22, 2020 • Press Releases
Open Primaries PA hosting Virtual Advocacy Day to Secure Voting Rights for All Pennsylvanians Ahead of Primary Elections
Open Primaries PA hosting Virtual Advocacy Day to Secure Voting Rights for All Pennsylvanians Ahead of Primary Elections
May 13, 2020 • Press Releases
Massive Polling Place Consolidation Announced For the June 2 Primary
Seventy urges voters to vote by mail, advises those going to the polls to expect long lines
May 08, 2020 • Press Releases
Committee of Seventy Calls on PA Congressional Leaders to Support Additional Federal Funding to Ensure Safe and Secure Elections
Local jurisdictions will bear the heaviest burden of protecting voters and workers from COVID-19. They need federal funding now.
April 28, 2020 • Press Releases
Open Primaries PA Launches Statewide Digital Campaign
Outreach to target more than 1.2 million Pennsylvanians shut out of the June 2 primary
April 27, 2020 • Press Releases
Committee of Seventy Launches WeVote to Promote Culture of Voting
Committee of Seventy Launches WeVote to Promote Culture of Voting and Encourage Vote-by-Mail in 2020 in the Commonwealth of PA
March 27, 2020 • Press Releases
General Assembly Moves Primary to June 2, but 1.2 Million Voters Still Shut Out
Bill passed to protect election, but 1.2 million voters still shut out
March 27, 2020 • Press Releases
General Assembly and Governor Approve Bill to Move 2020 Primary
Primary Election Shifts to June 2 with Emergency Provisions
March 13, 2020 • Letters & Testimony
A Message from CEO David Thornburgh on the Challenges of the Times
by David Thornburgh President and CEO Committee of Seventy
February 25, 2020 • Press Releases
All Voters Vote in HD 190 Special Election
But independents to be shut out of April presidential primary