A new campaign announced in Harrisburg today is urging Pennsylvanians to come out and vote. The non-partisan initiative is called "Ready, Set, Vote." State Secretary Pedro Cortes says representatives will be out in full force at homes, offices, malls and stadiums -- encouraging people to make their voice heard at the polls on November second. "What we have seen in PA is that voters 18-24 are not coming to vote at the rate that they could. In the year 2000, those voters in PA voted at a rate of only 36 percent compared to a 48 percent at the national level and we want to make sure PA is on par with our young people." If you haven`t registered yet -- you have to do so by October 4th to be eligible to vote in November.