Pennsylvania – Did you request a mail-in ballot for the primary election this year but did not yet get a chance to mail it in? Consider these options so you know your vote will be counted.
Mail-in and absentee ballots must be received by the county election office by 8 pm, June 2.
This is NOT the postmarked date. If mailed, it must arrive by June 2.
Deliver your ballot as soon as possible to avoid any delays!
We suggest you drop off your ballot in person. Contact your election office to find out in-person drop off locations and hours in your county.
Many Counties have set up drop boxes, drop-off locations, and other means of returning mail-in and absentee ballots, click for more information.
If you didn’t receive your ballot or if it is lost, damaged or destroyed, you can vote in person at your polling place on election day using a provisional ballot.
Didn’t apply to vote by mail but want to know if you’re eligible to vote in this primary election and where to do so in person? Visit VotesPA.com.
Polls open tomorrow at 7 a.m. and will be open until 8 p.m.
Because of the large number of mail-in ballots this year, it’s unclear if the unofficial elections results can be announced Tuesday night as usual. It will probably take them longer to tally these mail-in ballots, especially since it is the first time that mail-ins have been allowed in Pennsylvania.
Be aware that we likely won’t know the results of the 25th District Senate seat and 75th District House of Representatives seat elections until later this week.