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Find Your Polling Place

Ballot Drop Box Locations

Voter Service Center Location and Hours

Sample Ballots

Voter Registration Status Check

Election Ballot Status Check (Online Mail-In/Absentee Ballot Status)

Provisional Ballot Search (Please note: Data will update after the election (when the provisional ballots are counted)

Forms of ID for First Time Voters

Why Paper Ballots in PA? [PDF]

General Voter Information

Forms of ID for First Time Voters

Identification for Mail Voting

Information about Types of Elections

Board Solicitor’s Presentation on Act 77: Changes of Note

Voting Rights of Convicted Felons, Convicted Misdemeanants and Pretrial Detainees

Informational Brochure on Act 77

Military Installation Voter Assistance Office Contact Information

Voter Registration

Voter Registration Status Check

Voter Registration (Online Form)

Voter Registration (Downloadable Paper Form)

Voter Registration Cancellation (Downloadable Paper Form)

Update Your Voter Registration

Mail-In and Absentee Voting Forms

Absentee Ballot and Mail-in Ballot Application Request (Online Form)

Election Ballot Status Check (Online Mail-In/Absentee Ballot Status)

Absentee Ballot Application (Downloadable Paper Form, English)

Absentee Ballot Application (Downloadable Paper Form, Spanish)

Mail-In Ballot Application (Downloadable Paper Form - English)

Mail-In Ballot Application (Downloadable Paper Form - Spanish)

Third Party Ballot Delivery for Mail Voting Form

Military and Overseas Citizens Forms

Federal Voting Assistance Program: Election Forms and Tools for Sending

Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) Form in PDF

Emergency Absentee Voting & Alternative Ballot Voting Forms

Voters who experience an emergency between 5 p.m. on the Friday before Election Day and 8 p.m. on Election Day

Emergency Application for Absentee Ballot

Authorized Representative for Emergency Absentee Ballot Form

Delaware County Voting Equipment Certification

Hart InterCivic – Verity Voting 2.3.4

How to Vote Using Verity Scan [1:01 instructional video]

New Voting Systems - Testing and Approved by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission

Voting Standards of Security and Accessibility

Learn more about the Verity Scan Voting System - Vendor Site

Non-Partisan Voter Resources

Pennsylvania Department of State

Delaware County League of Women Voters

Vote 411


U.S. Election Assistance Commission FAQ on Voting Equipment

Federal Voting Assistance Program

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