Every Pennsylvanian is eligible to vote by mail! Scroll down to Request a Mail-In Ballot to learn more.

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Monday October 19: Deadline to register to vote

You can register to vote online. Click here to register.

You can also mail in your voter registration form. Download the application, complete the form, sign it, and mail it to your county’s registration office (listed on the application.)

Confirm your voter registration status online here.


Tuesday, October 27: Deadline for mail-in ballot applications to be received by your county election office. Get your request in early so you have plenty of time to receive your ballot, vote from home, and mail it back.


Request your mail-in ballot online here: https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/OnlineAbsenteeApplication/#/OnlineAbsenteeBegin 


  • You can also request your mail-in ballot by mail. 
  • Download an English mail-in ballot application here.
  • Download a Spanish mail-in ballot application here.

Or you can request additional information about mail-in ballot applications directly from your county election office. Find your county election office here.

Once you’ve completed your mail-in ballot application, mail it to your county election office. Find your county election office here.  All mail-in ballot applications must be received by your county election office by Tuesday, October 27.

Wondering if your mail-in ballot application was received? Check the status of your application here.


Tuesday, November 3rd at 8 PM: Deadline for ballots to be received by your county election office. POSTMARKS ARE NOT ENOUGH.

After you fill out your ballot, it’s time to vote from home! Place your ballot in the secrecy envelope and then put the sealed secrecy envelope into the official envelope. Be sure to sign the form, or your ballot may not count.

Mail your ballot with enough time for it to arrive at your county election office by 8 PM on Election Day. We recommend mailing your ballot at least a week in advance of Election Day to ensure it is received in time. If that’s not possible, you can hand-deliver your completed absentee ballot to your county election office for it to be counted. Find your county election office here.

Wondering if your absentee ballot actually made it to your county election office? Track your absentee ballot here.


Once voting begins, you can go to your county election office (find yours here) and request a ballot, complete it and submit it on the spot. 

Before you go, call your county elections office to make sure ballots are final and ready to be printed for you. You can find the number for your county election office here.

Also, make sure your county hasn’t already mailed it to you by checking the status of your mail ballot request here. If it has already been mailed to you, you can complete it at home and mail it in or hand deliver it to your county election office.


Polls are open from 7 AM – 8 PM. To find your polling location, please visit the poll site locator. Due to COVID-19, polling sites may change. Be sure to confirm your polling location before heading out to vote.