By JON GEETING
The coronavirus is likely to upend the April 28 primary. That's why Philly 3.0’s engagement director doubles down on his call for mail-in voting
As more indications suggest the coronavirus lockdown could last for months, not weeks, momentum has been building to move Pennsylvania’s primary to a later date in May or June, and scale up our new vote-by-mail program to reach all eligible voters.
Senator Anthony Williams has announced he will introduce legislation that would, “amend the election code to provide a one-time authorization for the Governor, in consultation with the four caucus leaders of the General Assembly, to postpone the date of the 2020 primary election to a date not later than 15 days