Voter Participation Landing Page

8-27-15-online-voter-registration-jpgElections Overview

The most important part of participating in the election is being registered to vote. You can register to vote the day after any primary or general election through to 30 days before the next primary or next general election.

Please go to to check that you are registered to vote and, if not, to register.   If you are registered and your name or address or political party has changed, you need to update this information.

Follow this procedure to be sure you can participate in the next election.

Questions & Answers

The answers to these questions will enable you to be an informed voter.

Am I registered to vote?

Click here and choose your county (of your primary residence) to find out your voter registration status.

Where is my polling place?

Click here and choose your county (of your primary residence) to find out your voter registration status.

How can I register to vote?

Click here, choose “Register to Vote” and choose from the drop down menu.

How do I change my registration information? 

If your name, address or party have changed, you need to update your registration information. Click here, choose “Voting and Elections” and choose “What are your voting needs” from the drop down menu.

What are the important dates for the election in Pennsylvania, including registration deadline?

What are my voting needs?

You may not know what questions to ask! Click here and choose the description that best describes your voting needs.

General Information

You can find out from your county’s election and voter registration officials. Visit the County Contacts and Web Sites webpage to view the officials for each of our six counties.

Contact Elections for questions related to your polling place, when or where an election will be held and other election-related information.

Contact Voter Registration to confirm if you are registered to vote, how to register and other questions related to voter registration.

Many counties have their own election webpages.

Click here for ELECTION SERVICES AND VOTERS REGISTRATION OFFICES FOR EACH COUNTY IN THE LVDA AREA. Choose your county to connect with the League of Women Voters in your county and view their Voter’s Guide.

Thank you for voting!