Pennsylvania’s lawmakers voted to delay the primary election over COVID-19 concerns

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Voters would still be able to send in absentee ballots by mail

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(WYTV) – Pennsylvania’s lawmakers voted to delay the primary election over COVID-19 concerns.

Members of the State House of Representatives and Senate voted in favor of a measure that would push the date for the Primary from April 28 to June 2.

Voters would still be able to send in absentee ballots by mail.

The measure will go to Governor Tom Wolf for signing later this week.

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