Voting & Elections

Welcome to York County Elections and Voter Registration

Municipal General Election: Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Board of Elections meeting agenda - Nov. 17, 2021


Monday, November 15 – Board of Elections, Initial certification of the computation of votes, Commissioners Meeting Room, County Administrative Center, 12:00

  • Candidates may appeal to cumulate write-in votes

Wednesday, November 17 – Recount for Judge of Commonwealth Court begins, 12:01 AM

  • Board of Elections meeting, after conclusion of Commissioners meeting, if necessary

Friday, November 19 – Board of Elections, Casting of lots to determine winners of tie votes, Commissioners Meeting Room, County Administrative Center, 12:00

  • For the purpose of casting lots any candidate may appear in person, or by proxy duly appointed in writing (3168). According to State law, ties for judge of election positions are determined by the majority inspector. Ties for the inspector position would need to be broken first to determine who breaks the tie. (2673)

Monday, November 22 – Board of Elections, Final certification, Commissioners Meeting Room, County Administrative Center, 12:00

Tuesday, November 23 – Recount for Judge of Commonwealth Court completed, noon

Monday, November 29 – Recount for Central York and South Western School Directors begins, 1:30 PM






Julie Wheeler, President Commissioner
Doug Hoke, Vice President Commissioner
Ron Smith, Commissioner

Steven F. Ulrich, Deputy Director
Anne S. Mendoza, Deputy Director

Mark E. Derr, Chief Clerk


York County Administrative Center
28 East Market Street, B003
York, PA 17401-1579
Phone: 717-771-9604
Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Follow us on Twitter at @VoteYorkPA


York County Board of Elections Responsibilities

  • Register voters and manage elections for York County
  • Processing new registrations, moves, change of political party, etc.
  • Furnishing street lists (alphabetical listing by street of all individuals registered to vote within York County)
  • Distributing and receiving nomination petitions
  • Preparing ballot
  • Retaining / paying local election board members
  • Programming and distributing voting machines to 161 voting precincts throughout York County
  • Distributing and receiving campaign expense statements / reports
  • Certifying election results
  • Receiving and retaining Statements of Financial Interest for candidates, nominees, public officials, public employees, or solicitors