Simply type in your address above and you can check your voter registration, make a voting plan, receive reminders on critical voting deadlines, and much more.
Your ballot must be received by your county elections office by 8 p.m. on November 3rd, which is why elections officials urge you to do it as early as possible. Find a dropbox to return your ballot here:
If you’re concerned about delays, you can request your ballot right now and return it as soon as you fill it out. If you prefer, you can also take your ballot to a secure dropbox or hand deliver it to your local Board of Elections office if you want to avoid the postal service. You can also drop off your ballot at your county elections office or turn it in at the polling place on Election Day.
Voting by mail is a great safety net to get your ballot in early so that you don’t have to worry about getting to the polls on Election Day. But if you would prefer to vote in-person on Election Day, you can vote at your polling location between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. on Tuesday, November 3. Please be sure to confirm your polling location before you vote and be sure to wear a mask.
Thank you for being a voter! If you’d like to help us spread the word, share this page with your friends, family, colleagues, and neighbors on Facebook, Twitter, or by email. Vote tripling is one of the most effective ways to increase your impact this election. It’s simple: commit to remind three friends or family to vote. You can also make a difference by joining one of our regional Facebook groups to connect with organizers in your area.
You can still vote early even if you didn’t request a ballot. Check with your county auditor to see if your county offers early in person voting locations.
Visit fofpa.link/voting for where to vote or drop off your ballot. If you’re returning your absentee ballot, make sure you place your ballot inside the secrecy envelope, before enclosing it in the return envelope.
If you never sent a mail ballot back after requesting one, you can bring the ballot to your polling place, sign a paper saying you changed your mind, and then vote on the machine at your poll.
Okay, check your ballot status here https://fofpa.link/BallotStatus OR call your county elections office!
If you don’t have an actual ballot with you, you can cast a provisional ballot at your polling place on Election Day. This ballot is then only counted after the election board checks and makes sure they don’t have a mail ballot from you in their office.
CDC Guidelines: bring your own blue or black pen, keep 6 ft away from people around you, wear a mask & wash your hands before & after heading to vote.