Voter Registration

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  2021 Municipal Primary Election - Tuesday, May 18



NOTE: Monday, May 3 is the last day to register before the May 18, 2021 Primary Election.

To vote in Pennsylvania, you must first register to vote at least 15 days before the election.

You can register to vote online, by mail, or at a number of government agencies, including Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Photo License and Driver’s License Centers.

 Click here for information on

  • Registering to Vote
  • Updating Your Registration
  • Information for College Students,Military and Civilian Overseas Voters


What You Need to Know About Mail-In Voting?

Pennsylvania has added a new, no-excuse-needed means for voters to vote by mail – Mail-In Voting – and the timelines and process are similar to those for absentee voting. The primary difference? Mail-In voters do not have to provide any reason or excuse for voting by mail. If a voter qualifies for an absentee ballot, s/he must still continue to use absentee ballots.

To apply for a Mail-In or Absentee ballot, click here.

IMPORTANT: An individual who receives and votes a Mail-In or Absentee ballot that is timely received by the county may not vote at their polling place.