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Visit the Pennsylvania Department of State's online voting information and resource center to find important information about polling locations, voter registration and more.

Every decision in every realm of policymaking - education, health, highways, jobs, taxes - affects children. The quality of their schools, their regular attention by health care professionals, the jobs their parents hold that bring security and stability to their lives - all rely on a functioning society and a strong foundation of laws and programs. But before there are office-holders who make these decisions, there are office-seekers, trying to win the voters' confidence with confident plans for the future.

Kids can't vote, but you can. Learn more about children and elections, and be an informed voter

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2014 Elections

In the 2014 elections, Pennsylvania voters will cast ballots for governor, lieutenant governor and most seats in the Pennsylvania General Assembly. To help inform voters about issues impacting children, PPC has put together the following position papers outlining our goals for public policies that best benefit children.

Child Welfare
Children's Health
Early Learning
K-12 Education