HOW TO VOTE BY MAIL
Beginning this year, Pennsylvania voters have the option to Vote by Mail, without the excuse that was previously needed for a traditional absentee ballot.
Under the new regulations, you can vote by mail right from your own home, without ever having to visit the actual polling place. If you have a PA Drivers License or a state-issued Photo ID, you can apply right online.
If you’d prefer, you can download and print a paper application HERE.
To make this process even easier for you, we have included below a step-by-step guide to apply for your Mail-in Ballot today.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When will I receive my ballot?
Do not be alarmed if you do not receive your ballot immediately. It can take some time for the Chester County Board of Elections to process and mail your individual ballot.
When is my application due?
Your completed application will always be due the Tuesday before the Election. In the case of this year’s General Election, that will be Tuesday, October 27th.
When is my completed ballot due?
Once you receive your ballot from the Board of Elections, you can either personally hand-deliver it, or mail it back to the address below where it MUST BE RECEIVED no later than 8:00 PM on Election Day.
Chester County Board of Elections
601 Westtown Rd, Suite 150
West Chester, PA 19080-0990
What if I have other questions?
We are always happy to help with any step in the process and will provide any information we can. You can reach us at Chester County Republican Headquarters at 610-696-1842 or via email at info@RepublicanCCC.com