Primary election day is this coming Tuesday, May 21.
It’s important as people of faith and as eligible voters to make sure we participate in our democracy by exercising our right to vote to ensure a more prosperous future for our region.
Our elected officials throughout Allegheny County are major decision makers on the issue we are working on and care so much about: education, gun violence, transit and the Clean Rivers Campaign sewer infrastructure fix.
This is our opportunity to have a say in who we put in these position to make important decisions regarding the future of our communities.
Depending on where you live you’ll have the opportunity to elect Pittsburgh’s next mayor, school board members, members of county council, the mayor of your municipality, municipal council members, and others.
Polls are open from 7am to 8pm.
Want to make sure others in your congregation vote? Here are some things you can do!
- Put it in the bulletin
- Announce it from the pulpit
- Clergy/spiritual leaders talk about it at the service
- Handouts at services
- Table at coffee hour or pre/post service
- Post flyers up around the congregation
- Emailing within the congregation
- Put it on your congregation’s website and Facebook page
- Phone banking
Click here for a printable flyer. Copy and save the photo of the flyer below to use in the body of emails.
Can’t Stop Our Vote!
Peace & Blessings,