Courier urges our community to vote in the upcoming June 2 Primary Election

Tuesday, June 2 is fast approaching…and oftentimes, exercising your right to vote is the best way to effect the change you want to see.

Pennsylvania’s Primary Election is June 2, and due to the coronavirus pandemic, there’s a huge push for residents to vote via mail-in ballot. You should have received a mail-in ballot at your residence. Fill it out clearly and mail it back to the County Elections office so that it reaches the office by June 2. While most in-person polling locations will be closed in Allegheny County on June 2, there will be about 120 locations open if you wish to cast your ballot in person.

Remember, if you decide to vote at the polls, you’ll need to know your polling location, which could be different than your usual location.

A listing of some of the polling locations that will be open in Allegheny County for the Pa. June 2 Primary Election

The New Pittsburgh Courier is committed to keeping our readers informed, as the Pennsylvania Primary Election will occur on June 2, 2020. While many state residents have already mailed (or are planning to mail) their ballots, more than 120 polling locations will be open on Tuesday, June 2, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. The Courier is highlighting some of those open locations below. You may have received a postcard detailing your polling location. If not, visit www.allegenyvotes.com and click “Polling Locations” near the top of the page. You can also call 412-350-4500.

ittsburgh – Ward 1, 2, 3 Ebenezer Baptist Church 2001 Wylie Avenue
Pittsburgh – Ward 4 Wesley W. Posvar Hall 230 South Bouquet Street
Pittsburgh – Ward 5 Pittsburgh Weil School 2250 Centre Avenue
Pittsburgh – Ward 6 Teamsters Temple Banquet Hall 4701 Butler Street
Pittsburgh – Ward 7 Rodef Shalom Congregation 4905 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh – Ward 8 Bloomfield-Garfield Corp.Activity Center 113 North Pacific Avenue
Pittsburgh – Ward 9 Teamsters Temple Banquet Hall 4701 Butler Street
Pittsburgh – Ward 10 Pittsburgh Sunnyside School 4801 Stanton Avenue
Pittsburgh – Ward 11 Pittsburgh Fulton School 5799 Hampton Street
Pittsburgh – Ward 12 Kingsley Association 6435 Frankstown Avenue
Pittsburgh – Ward 13 Helen S. Faison Arts Academy 7430 Tioga Street
Pittsburgh – Ward 14, 15 Taylor Allderdice High School 2409 Shady Avenue
Pittsburgh – Ward 16 South Side Market House 202 Bedford Square
Pittsburgh – Ward 17 South Side Market House 202 Bedford Square
Pittsburgh – Ward 18, 29, 30, 32 Carrick High School 125 Parkfield Street
Pittsburgh – Ward 19 Brashear High School 590 Crane Avenue
Pittsburgh – Ward 20, 28 Langley School 2940 Sheraden Boulevard
Pittsburgh – Ward 21 Pittsburgh Manchester 1612 Manhattan Street
Pittsburgh – Ward 22 Pittsburgh Manchester 1612 Manhattan Street
Pittsburgh – Ward 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 Perry Traditional Academy 3875 Perrysville Avenue
Pittsburgh – Ward 31 Pittsburgh Mifflin Elementary School 1290 Mifflin Road

OUTSIDE THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH…

Bellevue Bellevue Municipal Building 537 Bayne Avenue
Braddock New Hope Baptist Church 445 Sixth Street
Braddock Hills Braddock Hills Senior Center 2794 Columbia Avenue
Clairton Clairton Municipal Building 551 Ravensburg Blvd.
Coraopolis Keith-Holmes VFW Post 402 412 Mulberry Street
Crafton American Legion Post 145 1 Am. Legion Plaza
Duquesne Holy Name/Christ the Light 32 South 1st Street
East Pittsburgh East Pittsburgh Community Center 700 Grandview Avenue
Forest Hills Forest Hills Westinghouse Lodge 799 Barclay Avenue
Homestead TCV Community Services/Steel Valley COG 201 East 18th Avenue
McKeesport Public Safety Building 201 Lysle Boulevard
McKees Rocks—Holy Ghost Byzantine Catholic 225 Olivia Street
Monroeville Convention Center (DoubleTree) 101 Mall Boulevard
Mt. Oliver—Pittsburgh Christian Fellowship 407 Brownsville Road
Munhall #5 Volunteer Fire Department 1817 Whitaker Way
North Braddock Municipal Building 600 Anderson Street
North Versailles Community Center 1401 Greensburg Avenue
Penn Hills Library 1037 Stotler Road
Rankin Municipal Building 320 Hawkins Avenue
Sewickley
Quaker Valley Middle School
618 Harbaugh Street

Stowe Municipal Building
555 Broadway Avenue

Swissvale
Woodland Hills Intermediate School 7600 Evans Street

Verona Municipal Building
736 East Railroad Avenue

West Mifflin Area Middle School
81 Commonwealth Avenue

Wilkinsburg Municipal Building
605 Ross Avenue

 

BLACK POLITICAL EMPOWERMENT PROJECT CHAIRMAN AND CEO TIM STEVENS, making sure
African American residents know to mail in their ballots as soon as possible. You can request a mailin
ballot at alleghenyvotes.com, or vote in person on June 2. (Photo by Rob Taylor Jr.)

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