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VOTING CENTER

 Key Primary Dates: 2024 

Please keep these important dates in mind to ensure your vote is heard in the 2023 General Election

PRIMARY Election Date

Voter Registration Deadline

April 23, 2024

April 8, 2024

Mail Ballot Requests Deadline

Mail Ballot Return Deadline

April 16, 2024

April 23, 2024

  • HOW CAN I REGISTER TO VOTE IN PENNSYLVANIA?
    There are three ways to register to vote in Pennsylvania: online, by mail, or in person at your county’s Board of Elections office. To register online, click here or visit wwwpa/Pages/VoterRegistrationApplication.aspx at least fifteen days prior to the next election. To vote in the 2020 Democratic Primary Election, you must be registered as a Democrat by Monday, May 18th. To register by mail, print this application and mail it to your county’s Voter Registration Office, whose address is listed within the application. To register in person, find your county’s nearest Board of Elections office and stop in during business hours to complete a voter registration form.
  • I'M NEW TO PENNSYLVANIA WITH A DRIVER'S LICENSE FROM ANOTHER STATE. MAY I VOTE IN PA?
    Yes, if you have lived at your current address for more than thirty days as of primary election day, you may register to vote in PA without a PA driver’s license.
  • I'M CURRENTLY A MINOR. WHEN MUST I TURN 18 TO BE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE IN NOVEMBER?
    Anyone who turns 18 on or before March 5, 2024 may register as a Democrat in time to vote in the primary. You must still submit your voter registration application prior to April 8, 2024.
  • HOW CAN I REGISTER TO VOTE IN PENNSYLVANIA?
    There are three ways to register to vote in Pennsylvania: online, by mail, or in person at your county’s Board of Elections office. To register online, click here or visit wwwpa/Pages/VoterRegistrationApplication.aspx at least fifteen days prior to the next election. To vote in the 2020 Democratic Primary Election, you must be registered as a Democrat by Monday, May 18th. To register by mail, print this application and mail it to your county’s Voter Registration Office, whose address is listed within the application. To register in person, find your county’s nearest Board of Elections office and stop in during business hours to complete a voter registration form.
  • I'M NEW TO PENNSYLVANIA WITH A DRIVER'S LICENSE FROM ANOTHER STATE. MAY I VOTE IN PA?
    Yes, if you have lived at your current address for more than thirty days as of primary election day, you may register to vote in PA without a PA driver’s license.
  • I'M CURRENTLY A MINOR. WHEN MUST I TURN 18 TO BE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE IN NOVEMBER?
    Anyone who turns 18 on or before March 5, 2024 may register as a Democrat in time to vote in the primary. You must still submit your voter registration application prior to April 8, 2024.
  • HOW CAN I REGISTER TO VOTE IN PENNSYLVANIA?
    There are three ways to register to vote in Pennsylvania: online, by mail, or in person at your county’s Board of Elections office. To register online, click here or visit wwwpa/Pages/VoterRegistrationApplication.aspx at least fifteen days prior to the next election. To vote in the 2020 Democratic Primary Election, you must be registered as a Democrat by Monday, May 18th. To register by mail, print this application and mail it to your county’s Voter Registration Office, whose address is listed within the application. To register in person, find your county’s nearest Board of Elections office and stop in during business hours to complete a voter registration form.
  • I'M NEW TO PENNSYLVANIA WITH A DRIVER'S LICENSE FROM ANOTHER STATE. MAY I VOTE IN PA?
    Yes, if you have lived at your current address for more than thirty days as of primary election day, you may register to vote in PA without a PA driver’s license.
  • I'M CURRENTLY A MINOR. WHEN MUST I TURN 18 TO BE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE IN NOVEMBER?
    Anyone who turns 18 on or before March 5, 2024 may register as a Democrat in time to vote in the primary. You must still submit your voter registration application prior to April 8, 2024.

You may also call the Bureau of Commissions, Elections and Legislation at 717-787-5280 or 1-877-868-3772.

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