Harrisburg, PA – A group of Democratic senators in Pennsylvania are working on a bill that would allow people to register to vote on election day.

Supporters of the plan say that it has been implemented in other states and has worked well. Opponents say that it could lead to more voter fraud.

Currently, anyone planning on voting in PA must make sure that they’re registered at least 30 days beforehand.

To vote in the May primaries, you must be registered by April 16.

Remember, if you have recently moved or changed your name, you’ll have to update your voter registration.

Click Here to register to vote at the official Pennsylvania government website.

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