As of March 16, 2021, three statewide ballot measures were certified to appear on the ballot on May 18, 2021, in Pennsylvania.
- At the primary election on May 18, voters will decide two constitutional amendments on the governor’s emergency powers, which have been a point of conflict between the Republican-controlled Legislature and Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf during the coronavirus pandemic.
|Equal Rights Regardless of Race or Ethnicity Amendment||Prohibits denial or abridgement of rights on account of an individual’s race or ethnicity|
|Emergency Declarations Amendment||Addresses the governor’s emergency powers, including requiring legislative approval to continue beyond 21 days|
|Legislative Resolution to Extend or Terminate Emergency Declaration Amendment||Empowers the legislature to extend or terminate a emergency declaration by resolution|
You can get more information about these ballot measures here: https://ballotpedia.org/Pennsylvania_2021_ballot_measures