VOTING MADE EASY

STEP  1

REGISTER

Click HERE if you you need to register to vote or if you want to confirm you are already registered. 

Deadline to register is:

October 19

 

Once registered, move on to step 2. 

STEP 2

VOTE IN PERSON

 Click HERE to find your polling place.

 

If you have voted at that location before, you will not need to show ID. If you are a first-time voter, or you've moved and are voting in this location for the first time, you will need to show ID.

Voters without ID will be able to fill out a provisional ballot.  

Polls are open from 7:00AM to 8:00PM

November 3rd.

Note: There is no longer a straight party vote option on the ballot.  

VOTE BY

MAIL

Click HERE for an application to vote by mail.

This includes Absentee Ballots which are used if you plan to be out of the municipality on election day or if you have a disability or illness that prevents you from voting in person.

ID is required.

 

Deadline to request an application is:

October 27 

Ballots will begin being mailed to those who have applied, the last week in September. 

 

 

OR

If you requested and/or received a mail in ballot but changed your mind and would prefer to vote in person, you may do so. Bring your ballot and envelopes with you to the polls to be voided, so that you may vote in person. If you do not bring them with you to be voided, you will still be permitted to vote a provisional ballot.

STEP  3

- IF COMPLETING A MAIL IN BALLOT

Click below to track the status of your mail-in ballot at any point in the process.

COMPLETE MAILED BALLOT

Mark your ballot following the instructions.

Note: There is no longer a straight party vote option on the ballot.

PUT IT IN THE SECRECY ENVELOPE

This is a crucial step. If your ballot is not placed in the secrecy envelope prior to the official envelope, or if you have not signed the declaration on the envelope, your vote may not be counted.

RETURN BY NOV 3

There are 3 ways to return your ballot.

Option 1-   Return by mail, postmarked no later than November 3rd at 8:00PM.

Option 2- Bring directly to the Chester County Board of Elections by 8:00pm on 

November 3rd 

Option 3- Take to a  designated dropbox location beginning Oct 13 until Nov 3 at 8:00PM.

Click HERE to see the list of dropbox locations.

Chester County Board of Elections

601 Westtown Rd., Suite 150

West Chester, PA 19080

We're here to help!  If you have any questions related to voting in this election, please don't hesitate to contact us! 

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