The Dauphin County Election Board reminds those interested in voting for the upcoming municipal primary election that they must register to vote by April 22. “The municipal primary election will be held on Tuesday, May 21, but election officials will begin preparing voter lists to distribute to the 159 polling places in Dauphin County in late April,” said Commissioner Mike Pries, who chairs the Election Board. “To make sure that your name is on the list and that your voice is heard during this municipal primary, do not delay.” In order to register, an individual must be at least 18 years of age on or before May 21, a resident of Pennsylvania and the election district, and have been a United States citizen for at least one month prior to May 21. Pries reminds citizens that Dauphin County jurors are not selected from voter rolls; they are selected from Pennsylvania Department of Transportation records. “In these municipal races, one vote can make a difference,” said Commissioner George P. Hartwick, III, who is also an Elections Board member. “Don’t let others make the decision for you; be involved, register and vote. If you are unable to get to the polls due to a medical condition or travel, you may request an absentee ballot.” Voter registration and civilian absentee ballot forms, as well as a list of polling places, can be found on www.DauphinCounty.org by clicking “Government Services,” and then on “Elections & Voter Registration” and then “”Vote,” or by calling the Bureau of Registration and Elections at 717-780-6360.