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Statewide Row Offices:

Pennsylvania Treasurer: Ryan Bizzarro 

Pennsylvania Auditor General: Malcolm Kenyatta

Pennsylvania General Assembly:

Senate District 1: Nikil Saval (D-Philadelphia)

Senate District 49: Jim Wertz (D-Erie)

House District 10: Cass Green (D-Philadelphia) 

House District 38: John Inglis* (D-Allegheny)

House District 109: Matt Yoder (R-Columbia)

House District 156: Chris Pielli (D-Chester)

U.S. Congress

PA Congressional District 1: Ashley Ehasz (Bucks/Montgomery) 

*AFT Pennsylvania Member


AFTPA has launched the Committee to Support Public Education - CSPE - the union's political action fund to help elect candidates who share our values and will vote with us on key issues.


Millions of Pennsylvanians have already requested a mail in or absentee ballot, and many have already even completed them and have cast their vote. And we hope you're one of them! If not, we've got you covered.

Option 1: Vote by Mail

We're sure you've heard plenty about voting by mail this election. But, despite the lies and disinformation surrounding Vote By Mail, it's safe, secure, and your vote will be counted (albeit not until 8pm on November 3rd). And, given that there will be fewer polling locations open than in years past, there may be long lines. Avoid the lines and vote by mail!