The Presidential PRIMARY ELECTION is Tuesday, April 28, 2020.
Under the new election law changes for 2020 you can register to vote up to 15 days prior to the election to vote in that election.
You can register online at www.register.votespa.com. Fill out the form and submit your application. Use the application number to track your submission.
You can register in person at your county voter registration office, 1 Quaker Plaza, Room 105, Stroudsburg, weekdays 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Closed weekends and holidays; or at the Department of Transportation photo license centers when applying for or renewing your driver’s license.
You can register by mail. Voter registration mail applications are available at your county voter registration office; and at many other locations within each county including public libraries, universities, political party committee office, and many service organizations.
No matter how you register, you will get your voter registration card in the mail. Bring this card with you, along with a photo ID, the first time you vote.
Under the new election law for 2020 changes you no longer need a reason to vote by Absentee Ballot. Anyone can vote by absentee ballot. So skip the lines and don't worry about bad weather. Make sure your vote counts. You can apply online for a Pennsylvania Absentee Ballot or Download and mail back a Pennsylvania Absentee Ballot Application form or pick up an application form at the county voter registration office ( 1 Quaker Plaza, Room 105, Stroudsburg, weekdays 8:30am - 4:30pm )
After submitting an absentee ballot, if you are able to attend your polling place in person on Election Day, you can vote in person and have election officials invalidate your absentee ballot.
If you are an active duty member of the Uniformed Services or Merchant Marine; an eligible spouse or family member of an active duty member of the Uniformed Services or Merchant Marine; or a U.S. citizen residing outside the U.S, you can use the Federal online Overseas Absentee Ballot. Apply online here.
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Want to know which legislative district you live in? Find out your District here.