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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?

 County election officials maintain annual mail-in and absentee voter lists. If you are an annual mail-in or absentee voter, you automatically receive a renewal application every year by the first Monday in February. If you are an annual mail-in or absentee voter, your county will send you a renewal application every year by the first Monday in February. This includes ballots for any primary election, special election, general election and municipal election in which you are eligible to vote.

You can request to be added to the annual list at any time

After your application is approved, you will receive your ballots in the mail for the remainder of the year (and through the third Monday in February of the following year). If you are on the annual list, you will also be sent an application by the first Monday in February of each year to renew your annual mail-in or absentee ballot request. Counties are beginning to mail applications to voters on this list now for 2021.

What If I Move?

If you move, contact your county election office to ensure your mail-in or absentee ballot will be sent to your new address. If you move to a different county in Pennsylvania, you will need to update your registration and request to maintain your permanent mail-in ballot status or have your existing mail-in application transferred, by:

How Do I Cancel My Ballot Request?

If you move, contact your county election office to ensure your mail-in or absentee ballot will be sent to your new address. If you move to a different county in Pennsylvania, you will need to update your registration and request to maintain your permanent mail-in ballot status or have your existing mail-in application transferred, by:

 

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