HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania (WPVI) -- Governor Tom Wolf again urged Pennsylvanians to apply for a mail-in ballot before the upcoming primary.
It will be the first election in the state in which voters have the option to cast a ballot by mail without having to provide a reason.
Wolf said on Monday that nearly one million voters have already applied for a mail-in ballot.
The primary election is on June 2.
Wolf says by requesting a ballot online, residents are able to make their choices from the safety other own homes and abide by social distancing guidelines amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
You can find out more at VotesPA.com
Registered voters have until 5 p.m. on May 26 to apply for a mail-in or absentee ballot.
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Gov. Tom Wolf continues push to get Pennsylvanians to vote by mail