January 23, 2024 starts the clock for CANDIDATES looking to appear on the ballot in the upcoming 2024 PRIMARY ELECTION. The nomination petitions and primary elections are crucial for each and every voter in Pennsylvania!
Often times, we hear voters state they decided not to vote in November due to a specific candidate. They also state, they failed to make their voices heard in the primary process. Don’t let this happen to you. The power to decide on which candidate(s) appear on the primary ballot lies entirely with registered voters in a specific district. Along with this process, we must consider the primary election itself. In 2023, only about 25% of registered Republicans turned out to vote in our primary election. Voting on or before April 23, 2024 (whether in person or by mail-in/absentee ballot) ensures the voice of a few doesn’t speak for ALL. We’ve all had enough of that from the left. Let’s unite and dominate this election cycle, from start to finish!
Anyone looking for more information, Steve Ulrich explained the nomination process in greater detail. He wrote “…In order for a candidate to appear on the primary ballot in Pennsylvania, the candidate must secure a specified number of valid signatures on nomination petition forms, from voters who are registered in the same party as the candidate. The first day that a candidate for office can begin obtaining signatures is January 23 and the last day is February 13. It’s a three-week sprint for campaigns. Pennsylvania requires a specific number of nomination petition signatures for candidates for elected office…” To view his full article CLICK HERE
LET’S MAKE HISTORY AND HAVE HISTORIC NUMBERS IN BOTH THE PRIMARY AND NOVEMBER ELECTIONS!