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Mail-in & Absentee Ballots

Voted mail-in and absentee ballots must be RECEIVED by your county’s election office by 8 pm on election day. Postmarks do NOT count.

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County Voting Systems

​Step-by-step guides for the new voting systems in all 67 PA counties.

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County Dropboxes

​Many Counties have set up drop boxes, drop-off locations, and other means of returning mail-in and absentee ballots, click for more information.

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New Primary Election Date

June 2 is the new date for PA's Primary Election. Deadlines to register, apply for a mail ballot, and more have changed.

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Election Results

We expect there will be delays in vote counting due to the unprecedented number of mail-in ballots and the Governor’s executive order allowing some counties extra time to ensure every vote is counted. While counties are committed to counting votes as early as they can, their priority is and must be to accurately and securely count every vote.

Visit our Election Night Returns Website