If you’re not registered to vote, today is the last day you can register in the Commonwealth and cast your ballot in next month’s election.

This year, it’s a lot easier to make that deadline now that Pennsylvania has online voter registration (OVR), too.

“As elsewhere, Pennsylvanians have grown accustomed to doing business online, whether it is shopping, banking, or filing their tax returns,” explained Secretary of State Pedro Cortés. “As a natural extension, they want the convenience of registration to vote using their own computer or mobile device. Online voter registration makes the process more accessible and accurate.”

State Sen. Vincent Hughes, a Democrat representing Philly in Harrisburg, encouraged citizens to sign up today. Tomorrow, he pointed out, will be too late – at least if you want to vote in next month’s mayor’s race.

“Today is an important deadline for those wishing to vote in the 2015 election,” Hughes says. “People who want to participate in our democracy should visit the website VotesPA.com and get registered.”

Read more at Metro.