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Elections

From national to local, covering voter rights, registration, and the electoral process.

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Voting by Mail

  • You can mail in your ballot until November 3 by 8 pm.
  • Your mail-in ballot must be postmarked by 8 p.m. on election day and received by your county election office by 5 p.m. on Friday, November 6 to be counted. 
  • Drop-off your mail-in or absentee ballot to the following location between 8am - 8pm until 8pm on Election Day, Tuesday November 3: County Office Building, Room 601, Downtown Pittsburgh, 15219
  • Didn't get your ballot? Simply go to your polling place on election day. You will receive a ballot or provisional ballot.
  • Pennsylvania voters can now track the status of their Mail-in Ballot application or Mail-in Ballot.

 

Voting In-Person

  • Voting in-person? Find your polling place.
  • Bring your registration card with you and a form of ID if it's your first time voting at that polling place.
  • Have questions or issues at your polling place? Call 866-OUR-VOTE (1-866-687-8683)
  • Waiting in a long line to vote? Get free food by reporting long lines to www.polls.pizza/report

 

Emergency Voting

In emergency situations (such as an unexpected illness or disability and last-minute absence) following the deadline on the Tuesday before the election, you can request an Emergency Absentee Ballot.

You must fill out the Emergency Absentee Ballot and submit it to the County Election Office on election day.