Information for the Upcoming Election

The General Election is November 3, 2020

News as of September 17: The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has extended the deadline for accepting mail ballots…[and] will allow voters to submit their ballots through drop boxes. Mail ballots will now be accepted if they are received by 5 p.m. on the Friday after the election and were either postmarked by Nov. 3 or there is no evidence to suggest they were sent after Election Day. Read more HERE.

Allegheny County will offer more sites and times to drop off ballots, according to the Tribune Review. Read more HERE.


VOTER REGISTRATION: The last day to register to vote is October 19. REGISTER HERE. You may check your registration status HERE.

MAIL-IN BALLOTS: Your completed application must be received in the county office by 5:00pm on October 27. Visit HERE for the application. You may sign up online or print a paper application form. After applying, you can track the status of your ballot HERE.

POLLING PLACE: Find your polling place HERE.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: Visit THIS PAGE from Allegheny County for detailed information on the voting process.


Visit these sites to register to vote, for more information on candidates, issues, and to learn more about the election process.

www.vote411.org –Election Information from the League of Women Voters.

votespa.com – From the Pennsylvania Department of State, this site was designed to inform the voters and the election officials throughout our Commonwealth on a wide variety of matters related to elections. Register to vote, check on results and learn your voting rights in this one-stop-site.

Allegheny County Elections Division – voter registration information for Pennsylvanians, primary results, election calendar, absentee ballots and more

Allegheny County – What to expect on Election Day

Federal Election Commission – The duties of the FEC, which is an independent regulatory agency, are to disclose campaign finance information, to enforce the provisions of the law such as the limits and prohibitions on contributions, and to oversee the public funding of Presidential elections.


PHONE HELP:

1-877-VOTESPA (868-3772)

866-OUR-VOTE (nonpartisan hotline)

888-VE-Y_VOTA (Spanish)

888-API-VOTE (Asian, Pacific Islander, 12-13 languages)