Lawmakers in Pennsylvania voted to postpone the state’s primary election from Apr. 28 to June 2, Your Content has learned.
The news surfaced on Philly.com, noting ‘top Pennsylvania lawmakers and Gov. Tom Wolf have reached agreement on postponing the state’s primary election from April 28 until June 2, The Inquirer has learned, with legislation poised to advance Monday and move quickly through the state legislature.’
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