You can find your polling place at www.vote.pa/polls.
Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Reminder: If you are in line when the polls close, stay in line as it is still your right to vote.
If you have voted at your polling location before, you do not need to bring an ID to vote. If you are voting for the first time in your election district, you will need to show ID. Acceptable ID includes both photo and non-photo ID.
List of acceptable IDs:
Note: an ID without your photo must have your address on it.
No problem! To vote in-person at your polling place, bring both your mail-in (or absentee ballot) and the outer return envelope to your polling place. In order to do this, you’ll have to “spoil” your ballot first.
To “spoil” your mail-in ballot and vote in-person on Election Day, you must do one of the following:
Bring your ballot and the pre-addressed outer return envelope to your polling place to be voided. After you surrender your ballot and envelope and sign a declaration, you can then vote a regular ballot.
If you don’t surrender your ballot and return envelope, you can only vote by provisional ballot at your polling place. Your county board of elections will then verify that you did not vote by mail before counting your provisional ballot.
The local officials at your polling place should call the county board of elections to determine if you are registered. If so, you should be able to vote. If the county is unable to find your name, but you believe you are registered and omitted from the poll book, you may vote using a provisional ballot.
A provisional ballot is a paper ballot that is provided to voters whose names do not appear in the sign-in book at the polling place. If you are a first-time voter who does not provide ID at the polls on Election Day, you will be offered a provisional ballot.
You have the right to assistance if you cannot read or write; cannot read the names on the ballots; have difficulty understanding English; or are blind, disabled, or unable to operate the voting machine.