Xổ số miền bắc 30 ngày trước Primary Election Day is June 2 — and even though we’re all indoors, you can still have your voice heard!
Vote by Mail-in Ballot
If you are a registered voter in Pennsylvania, you have a new option to vote by mail-in ballot. This is a great option for voters who prefer the convenience of voting at home. You do not have to provide a reason for requesting a mail-in ballot.
If you decide to vote by mail-in ballot, keep in mind:
- You must apply for a ballot by 5:00 p.m. on the Tuesday before the election.
- You can apply using an online application at votesPA.com/ApplyMailBallot, by mailing in a paper application, or by submitting a paper application in person at the county election office.
- When you apply in person, you can ask for your ballot immediately. If the ballot is available, you can complete it in the office and return it to the county election staff.
- You can return your completed ballot by mail or in person at your county election office.
- The county must receive your completed ballot by 8:00 pm on election day in order to count it.
It’s important to know your vote is final once your county receives your voted mail-in ballot, and you are not allowed to go to the polling place to change your vote on election day. If you do not return your voted ballot to your county election office by 8:00 p.m. on election day, you can vote by provisional ballot at your polling place.
- Don't have a PA ID? You can still register with the DSU Address: 2755 Station Avenue, Center Valley, PA 18034, Lehigh County, Upper Saucon Township
- If you're a DeSales Students you just need your Student ID
Absentee Ballot AND no PA ID?
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