​Berks County Election Services
Deborah Olivieri, Director
Goals & Objectives
It is the goal of this office to administer Voter Registration and conduct Elections in accordance with Federal and State voter registration and election laws. The office of Election Services maintains the accuracy of 260,000 registered voters for Berks County. Maintains boundary maps and descriptions for the 199 voting districts; locates accessible and suitable polling places; trains and processes payroll for 1200 polling place officials and processes candidate nomination petitions. It also prepares and packages various election materials required by polling officials; maintains, services and prepares approximately 500 electronic voting machines; processes Absentee, Alternative and Provisional Ballots; and certifies Official Election Returns. Lastly, it informs candidates, political party committees, the media and the general public of the voter registration and election process.

 Election Services Announcements


Election Day, Tuesday May 19th 

Polls Open from 7am - 8pm


Official Notice of Election for Military and Overseas VotersUMOVAwnames.pdfUMOVAwnames.pdf


Notice to Voters​ notice to voters.pdfnotice to voters.pdf

Election Board Meeting:
None Scheduled at this time
Commissioners 13th Floor Boardroom
County Services Center

ATTENTION: The following polling places will be changed for the May 19, 2015 Municipal Primary

Shoemakersville Boro - From Salem United Methodist Church, 605 Main St., Shoemakersville to Perry Elementary Center, 201 Fourth Street
Spring Twp., 8th Precinct – From Homewood Suites, 2801 Papermill Road, Reading to Body Zone Sports, 3103 Papermill Rd, Reading


 Calendar of Events

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​Contact Information
Berks County Election Services
Berks County Services Center
633 Court Street, 1st Floor 
Reading, PA  19601
Mon-Fri, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Important Election Information



​Help Wanted: 
Polling Locations
Pollworkers needed in City and County Polling locations (please see documents below).  If you are interested, please email or call the Board of Elections at 610-478-6490.
Election Interpreter
Election Board Member Duties
​HAVA Pollworker Training Presentation
Help America Vote Act - 2002)