The House voted preliminarily on Tuesday to delay Pennsylvania’s April 28 primary election for five weeks, until June 2.
The House and Senate could both pass the bill Wednesday. Wolf will sign it if it reaches his desk, his office said.
The Republican-sponsored amendment would also let counties consolidate polling places, in part because some are currently located within long-term care facilities and because many poll workers are older people who are particularly at risk from COVID-19.
Primary voters will choose candidates for the presidential race, congressional seats, both chambers of the Legislature and the row offices.
The House employed special remote voting procedures adopted as a result of the pandemic, and one leader, Minority Whip Jordan Harris, D-Philadelphia, wore rubber gloves and used a mask to protect himself.