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THE GENERAL ELECTION IS ON NOVEMBER 3rd, 2020

ARE YOU READY TO VOTE?

 Make sure you are registered, and commit to vote in every election, to keep our democracy healthy!

 

Register to vote or check your registration status! 

Note that all first time voters must bring an ID when voting at a polling place for the first time.

 

Vote from home! Apply for a mail-in or absentee ballot!

You can find more voter-related information online at votespa.com. To check your ballot and get candidate information, check out our non-partisan voting guide on vote411.org. 

  

Note that your Vote-by-Mail application must be received in the county office by 5PM on 10/27/2020

Your voted ballot must be received in your county election office by 8PM on 11/03/2020. A late application will not be accepted, even if it was postmarked before the deadline.

 

  PA's Paper Ballot System

In 2019, our county introduced a voter-marked, optical-scanned paper ballot, providing a verifiable paper trail, to enhance voter confidence and election security. The same system will be used in the 2020 General election.

Learn before you go! Click here for detailed information, instructions and instructional videos.

Check out this YouTube Video on Mail-In Voting

 for PA's General Election.

 

  

Pastor Suggests Mail-In Ballot (9/9)
The pandemic can't stop you from voting! That's because you can do it safely by mail. Learn how here. Like, watch and share this mini video from the #LeagueOfWomenVoters. #SafetyFirst #safety #election Disclaimer: LWV is not responsible for any ads that appear with this video.

Make sure you’re registered at votespa.com in Pennsylvania! 

Thank you to the League of Women Voters of Radnor Township/DelCo for creating this video content