Last updated October 6, 2020
Voting Information for Specific Groups
Get more information for:
- first time voters
- military and overseas citizens
- voters with disabilities
- college students
- voters who need language support
- PA Department of State. This is who manages the voting process in PA. Their website has all of the links and forms you need: Votespa.com
- PA Dems: the Democratic party in PA. They are actively working to elect Democrats up and down the ballot and ensure that voters can vote safely and securely. Check out PAdems.com and their toolkit at bit.ly/PAvotinginfo
- Committee of Seventy. A non-partisan group that promotes ethical and fair government, primarily in the Philadelphia area. They have a great FAQ at wevote.seventy.org
- Your county’s board of elections. Each PA County has a Board of Elections, which is responsible for coordinating and executing the election in that county. Your county may have specific guidelines, especially around . Find your county’s Board of Elections here: votespa.com/county
- The Philadelphia Inquirer. Jonathan Lai at The Inquirer covers a lot of PA politics and also has a fantastic FAQ about voting. Check it out.
- I Will Vote.com. This website has information on where to vote, how to fill out your mail-in ballot and where to drop off your ballot in Pennsylvania, and more. Go to iwillvote.com/pa.
- Student Training & Education in Public Service. A great site for college students to learn more about becoming a voter. Check it out here.
- FindLaw Pennsylvania Voting Guide. Information on voter eligibility, registration, important deadlines, and polling place details
- College Students’ Guide to Voting. Information for college students on how to vote, voting rights and rules and survey results from college students.