Step 1: Apply for mail-in absentee ballot at votespa.com/ApplyMailBallot. The Mail-in Ballot Application must be received by your county election office by 5 PM October 27, regardless of post stamp.
Step 2: Mail-in ballot must be postmarked by 8 PM Nov 3 or received by the county election office by 5 PM Nov 6 to be counted. Mail-in ballots must be placed in the secrecy envelope, which is put inside of the mailing envelope.
Step 3: If you cannot or do not want to vote by mail, you must vote in person on November 3 at your
municipality’s Polling Place. Contact your County Elections Office to determine which local Polling Place you are registered to vote at.
Step 4: What’s on the ballot?
1. President of the United States
2. State Representative for the U.S. House of Representatives
3. District Representative for the Pennsylvania State House of Representatives
4. Pennsylvania Auditor General:
What they do: The Pennsylvania Auditor General makes sure that state money is spent legally and properly. They are an official ‘watchdog’ for the Pennsylvania congress spending.
5. Attorney General of Pennsylvania
What they do: The State Attorney General is the top legal representative for the state. They enforce federal laws, provide legal counsel, interpret law that governs executive state departments, and head the federal jails and penal institutions.
6. Pennsylvania State Treasurer
What they do: The Treasurer serves as the administrator of more than $100 billion funds across the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, including receipt, withdrawals, and deposit of state money.