Important Voter Information

Important Voter Information

If you have not yet mailed your mail-in/absentee ballot, I urge you to hand-deliver your ballot to the county election office, an official drop box, or vote in person on Election Day at your precinct.

Registered voters who requested and received a mail-in/absentee ballot can still vote in person at a polling location on Election Day if they bring their ballots with them. The Judge of Elections at the polling place will void your mail-in/absentee ballot and issue you a standard ballot for voting. Please note that you must bring the ballot and the envelopes that you received with your ballot to have the mail-in ballot voided.

Registered voters who requested a mail-in/absentee ballot but never received the ballot in the mail, or misplaced it by Election Day, may vote in person at their polling place. The Judge of Elections at the polling place will issue you a provisional ballot. The provisional ballot will be counted when the county verifies that your mail-in/absentee ballot was not returned.

If you have mailed your mail-in/absentee ballot, you can check your ballot status here.

Registered voters can vote in person at their polling location from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. Click here to find your polling place. You are eligible to vote if you are in line before the polls close.

If you want to learn more about ballot drop-off and polling locations, as well as answers to frequently asked questions, visit the Chester County Voter Information Portal.

My offices will be closed on election day. For further information, contact voter services at (610) 344-6410 or for any accessibility questions for voters with disabilities, contact the Hotline for Voters with Disabilities at (800) 692-7443.