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Vote From Home in November !
Apply for a Mail-in Ballot Today.
Mail-in Ballots are new this year and allow any registered voter to vote by mail, in both the spring primary and the fall general elections. This is different from Absentee Ballots which are intended for voters who would be out of town or for medical issues and are limited to one election.
Mail-in Ballots are safer and more convenient. And now with COVID-19, some polling places may be consolidated due to a shortage of volunteers. This will cause confusion and
longer lines at the polls.
* Mail-in ballots start going out late Sept to early October.
* When you receive your ballot, watch the following video on how to fill it out and return it. Follow these directions carefully to avoid having your ballot disqualified.
* Just in: Your ballot will not be disqualified if your signature does not exactly match your voter registration signature. Also, your ballot must be postmarked by 8 pm November 3 and received by the county clerk by 5pm November 6. (Please, please send it in as soon as possible. PA is a toss up state and every vote is critical.)
* If you applied and received a mail-in ballot but do not want to use it, you can take your COMPLETE ballot packet with you to your polling place and tell the Judge of Elections you now prefer to vote in person. The complete ballot packet consists of the ballot, the secrecy envelope and the mail envelope. The Judge will mark your mail-in ballot void and give you a regular, in-person, ballot.
* If you have immediate concerns about the mail-in ballot or voting in general please contact the PADEMS Hotline at 1-833-728-6837.
Or check out the PA Dems Voter Frequently Asked Questions. Click here.
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