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Campaign Expense forms are available under the Campaign Finance Link

Voter Registration - Deadline to register for the November 7, 2017 Municipal Election is October 10, 2017.

Pennsylvania Voter Registration Mail Application Form

Absentee Ballot

Voters are encouraged to mail applications and/or completed ballots more than a week ahead of any deadline to ensure timely delivery by the postal service.

First day before the Municipal Election on which official applications for civilian absentee ballots can be received is September 18, 2017.

Deadline to apply for civilian absentee ballot is October 31, 2017. Last day for County Board of Elections to receive voted civilian absentee ballots is November 3, 2017 by 5:00PM.

  • Application for Absentee Ballot (Applications must include either the voter's drivers license number, last four digits of their S.S.#, or send in a copy of one of the approved forms of ID)

  • Application for Emergency Absentee Ballot (For Emergencies that occur between 5 p.m. Tuesday and 5 p.m. Friday Before the Primary or Election) (Applications must include either the voter's drivers license number, last four digits of their S.S.#, a copy of one of the approved forms of ID)
  • Emergency Application for Absentee Ballot (For Emergencies that occur after 5 p.m. on the Friday before the Primary or General Election) (Applications must include either the voter's drivers license number, last four digits of their S.S.#, or a copy of one of the approved forms of ID)
  • Application for a Permanent Absentee Ballot (Applications must include either the voter's drivers license number, last four digits of their S.S.#, or send in a copy of one of the approved forms of ID)

Alternative Ballot

If you have a disability, or are at least 65 years of age and have been assigned to a polling place deemed inaccessible by the County Board of Elections, you can vote by alternative ballot. If you are qualified to vote by alternative ballot, you have the right to do so regardless of whether you are able to appear to vote at the polling place. Much like an absentee ballot, an alternative ballot is a paper ballot that can be delivered to the County Board of Elections in person, by an authorized representative, or through the U.S. mail.

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