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After your Voter Registration Application has been processed, you will receive a Certificate of Voter Registration that will indicate your polling place and address. You can also contact the County Election Office for your polling place location or check our online listing of polling places.
Click here to access Mail-In/Absentee Application or Ballot Tracking.
Please complete the Annual/Permanent Status Cancellation Form. This form can be returned to our office by regular mail, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to 717-240-7759.
Absentee & mail-in ballot applications must be received by the County Elections Office no later than 5:00 pm on the Tuesday prior to the primary or election. However, we highly recommend that you apply as early as possible to allow time for necessary mailings. Postmarks are not accepted.
All voted absentee & mail-in ballots must be received by the County Election Office no later than 8:00 pm on the day of the primary or election.
Anyone wishing to become a candidate for a county, school or municipal level elected office may pick up a petition, instructions, and an election calendar from our office or may print these items from the "Candidate Services" section of our website.
Each signer must be a registered elector in the same political party and political district referred to in the petition. Each signer must personally insert the information requested on the petition this includes: signature, residence as it appears on their voter registration, including municipality name, and date of signing. All information must be complete to be accepted by County Election Office. Each signer may sign petitions for as many candidates for each office as they are permitted to vote for.
The lifecycle of a voter registration can be viewed here.