March 24, 2008
In Pennsylvania, Monday was the last day to register to vote in the state's upcoming primary.
All weekend, party members were trying to sign up as many people as they could. The April 22nd primary is important because of the state's large number of delegates.
A last-minute voter drive unfolded in an unlikely place. Parishioners at Trinity United Methodist Church in Jonestown came out for Easter services, but along with a sermon, they also got a bit of politics.
Jo Ellen Litz, a Lebanon County Commissioner decided with Monday's voter registration deadline, Church on Sunday would be a good place to get people to register.
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