Reps. Miller, Wheatley host virtual townhall on Nov. 3 election, voting in Allegheny County

HARRISBURG, Oct. 23 – On Friday, state Rep. Dan Miller, chairman of the Allegheny County House Democratic Delegation, and additional delegation members hosted a virtual townhall on the upcoming Nov. 3 election and voting in Allegheny County.

Miller and state Rep. Jake Wheatley, D-Allegheny, co-hosted the virtual event, which gave residents the most up-to-date information on voting in Allegheny County.

“Now is the best time to ensure our residents are informed about the upcoming election,” Miller said. “This is a pivotal moment in our country, and it’s our duty to make sure residents exercise their right to vote and understand the voting options at their disposal. It’s my hope that those who did attend walked away with a better understanding of the voting process in Allegheny County.”

Wheatley echoed Miller’s remarks. “This election is a truly a moment in history, especially when you consider that unlike previous general elections, Pennsylvanians can vote by mail or drop off their ballots before Election Day,” he said. “I was pleased to partner with Representative Miller with this virtual town hall to ensure our residents have the information and resources they need to make informed decisions and exercise their right to vote.”

Allegheny County Solicitor Andy Szefi also participated in Friday’s event, providing residents with the latest information on polling and ballots in Allegheny County.