Vote June 2nd
In order to protect voters and poll staff from risk of infection, we need the June 2nd primary to be done almost entirely by mail-in votes. You should never need to choose between your health and your civic duties.
Ballot places have changed: find yours here:
Got your ballot late? Here’s what to do
Your ballot must be received by 8pm on June 2nd. If you have concerns about whether it will arrive on time, or you receive it after the 28th of May, here are your secure options:
- Delaware County:
- Return your completed ballot in the designated sealed return envelope in person to the Delaware County Government Center, Bureau of Elections on Election Day, June 2nd before 8pm, or before (timing pending).
- Return your completed ballot in the designated sealed return envelope in person to any polling place in Delaware County on Election Day, June 2nd before 8pm.
- Chester County:
- Return your completed ballot in the designated sealed return envelope in person to the County Bureau of Elections in West Chester on June 2nd by 8pm.
- If you DO NOT RECEIVE your mail-in ballot, you can vote in person at your polling location with a provisional ballot. This will be counted once they have confirmed you have not already sent in your mail-in ballot.
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Can I vote by mail? All registered voters can now vote by mail, regardless of if you have an excuse.
What is the deadline to apply? May 26th at 5pm.
When will my ballot arrive? You will receive your ballot at least two weeks before the election. The exact timing depends on your county. Check here for more precise dates, when they are updated.
What is the deadline to return it? The Election Bureau must receive your ballot by 8pm on June 2nd; if it’s less than a week before the election, you should drop it off in person to make sure it arrives in time. Check back later for information about drop boxes.
What happens if I make a mistake or lose my ballot after I receive it? If you lose your mail-in ballot you will have to vote in-person on Election Day (June 2nd) using a Provisional Ballot. Please fill out your ballot slowly, carefully, and completely. If you make a mistake and want to submit a correct ballot, do not mail in the ballot you receive. Instead, vote provisionally on Election Day.
Can I change my primary ballot on Election Day after submitting it? No.