SeniorLAW Center and Public Interest Law Center advocate for common-sense voting reforms in The Philadelphia Inquirer Op-Ed

Two weeks ago, area voters chose a new mayor for Philadelphia, picked a district attorney in a hard-fought race in Montgomery County, and elected three justices who will sit on our state’s Supreme Court. Unfortunately, fewer than 25 percent of registered voters across the state actually cast ballots, according to preliminary figures from the Department of State. That means just a quarter of registered Pennsylvanians made important decisions about our schools, our systems of justice, and our lives that will affect all for years to come.
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