2022 Primary Election Information (May 17th)

Notice of Primary Election

Sample Ballots


Adams 1-Dem / Adams 1-RepAdams 2-Dem / Adams 2-RepAdams 3-Dem / Adams 3-Rep
Allegheny-Dem / Allegheny- RepBrady-Dem / Brady-RepBuffalo 1-Dem / Buffalo 1-Rep
Buffalo 2-Dem / Buffalo 2-RepBuffalo 3-Dem / Buffalo 3-RepButler 1.1-Dem / Butler 1.1-Rep
Butler 1.2-Dem / Butler 1.2-RepButler 2-Dem / Butler 2-RepButler 3-Dem / Butler 3-Rep
Butler 4-Dem / Butler 4-RepButler 5-Dem / Butler 5-RepButler 6 North-Dem / Butler 6 North-Rep
Butler 6 South-Dem / Butler 6 South-RepCenter 1-Dem / Center 1-RepCenter 2-Dem / Center 2-Rep
Center 3-Dem / Center 3-RepCherry-Dem / Cherry-RepClay-Dem / Clay-Rep
Clearfield-Dem / Clearfield-RepClinton-Dem / Clinton-RepConcord-Dem / Concord-Rep
Connoquennessing-Dem / Connoquennessing-RepCranberry East 1-Dem / Cranberry East 1-RepCranberry East 2-Dem / Cranberry East 2-Rep
Cranberry East 3-Dem/ Cranberry East 3-RepCranberry West 1-Dem / Cranberry West 1-RepCranberry West 2-Dem / Cranberry West 2-Rep
Cranberry West 3-Dem / Cranberry West 3-RepCranberry West 4-Dem / Cranberry West 4-RepCranberry West 5-Dem / Cranberry West 5-Rep
Cranberry West 6-Dem / Cranberry West 6-RepDonegal-Dem / Donegal RepFairview-Dem / Fairview-Rep
Forward-Dem / Forward-RepFranklin-Dem / Franklin-RepJackson-Dem / Jackson-Rep
Jefferson 1-Dem / Jefferson 1-RepJefferson 2-Dem /Jefferson 2-RepLancaster-Dem / Lancaster-Rep
Marion-Dem / Marion-RepMercer-Dem / Mercer-RepMiddlesex North-Dem / Middlesex North-Rep
Middlesex South-Dem / Middlesex South-RepMudycreek-Dem / Muddycreek-RepOakland-Dem / Oakland-Rep
Parker-Dem / Parker-RepPenn East-Dem / Penn East-RepPenn West-Dem / Penn West-Rep
Slippery Rock-Dem / Slippery Rock-RepSummit North-Dem / Summit North-RepSummit South-Dem / Summit South-Rep
Venango-Dem / Venango-RepWashington-Dem / Washington-RepWinfield-Dem / Winfield-Rep
Worth-Dem / Worth-Rep


Bruin-Dem / Bruin-RepCallery-Dem / Callery-RepCherry Valley-Dem / Cherry Valley-Rep
Chicora-Dem / Chicora-RepConnoq-Dem / Connoq-RepEast Butler-Dem / East Butler-Rep
Eau Claire-Dem / Eau Claire-RepEvans City-Dem / Evans City-RepFairview-Dem / Fairview-Rep
Harmony-Dem / Harmony-RepHarrisville-Dem / Harrisville-Rep / Harrisville-Non PartisanKarns City-Dem / Karns City-Rep
Mars-Dem / Mars-RepPetrolia-Dem / Petrolia-RepPortersville-Dem / Portersville-Rep
Prospect-Dem / Prospect-RepSaxonburg-Dem / Saxonburg-RepSeven Fields-Dem / Seven Fields-Rep
Slippery Rock-Dem / Slippery Rock-RepValencia-Dem / Valencia-RepWest Liberty-Dem / West Liberty-Rep
West Sunbury-Dem / West Sunbury-RepZelienople 1-Dem / Zelienople 1-RepZelienople 2-Dem / Zelienople 2-Rep
Zelienople 3-Dem / Zelienople 3-Rep


City Ward 1-Dem / City Ward 1-RepCity Ward 2-Dem / City Ward 2-Rep
City Ward 3-Dem / City Ward 3-Rep
City Ward 4.1-Dem / City Ward 4.1-Rep
City Ward 4.2-Dem / City Ward 4.2-Rep
City Ward 5-Dem / City Ward 5-Rep

2022 Election Calendar

PA Supreme Court Ruling on State Party Committees & Reapportionment (March 16th):

On Wednesday, March 16th, the Pennsylvania State Supreme Court issued multiple orders that directly impact the 2022 Primary Election Calendar. The first order vacated their March 2nd ruling which froze the election calendar (see the paragraph below for specific details), and set dates for the petition process for State Party Committees and seats in the Pennsylvania General Assembly (court order in PDF format). A second order put the force of law into the Final Plan of the Legislative Reapportionment Commission (court order in PDF format), which set legislative districts across the commonwealth. Based on these court orders, an updated 2022 Election Calendar has been published (view the calendar in PDF format, or online).

PA Supreme Court Ruling on Local & State Party Committees (March 2nd):

On Wednesday, March 2nd, the Pennsylvania State Supreme Court issued an order clarifying a previous ruling that froze the 2022 Primary Election Calendar pending the outcome of ongoing litigation and the adjudication of appellate challenges to the Final Plan of the Legislative Reapportionment Commission. That order allowed the local party committees petition process to begin immediately, and set a deadline for petitions of March 15th. Petition packets were made available online the same day as the court order, and print copies were made available in the Bureau of Elections the next morning. That court ruling also placed State Party Committees in alignment with the nomination petition process for seats in the Pennsylvania General Assembly (court order in PDF format).

Local Party Committees & Petition Packets (Archive):

Note: This process ended on Tuesday, March 15th, and remains listed here for archival purposes until the May 17th Primary Election. Packets must be submitted to the Bureau of Elections on, or before, the close of business on Tuesday, March 15th. Please pay close attention to the directions included in the petition packet. Petitions MUST be duplex printed. You can download the fillable PDF of the petition packet here on the Bureau of Elections website, or pick up a printed copy in the office (Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM).

Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Ruling on Local & State Party Committee Petitions (3-2-2022)
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