Important Information for Bucks County Voters
- If you have moved, changed your name, or will be a first-time voter on November 3, you need to register to vote or may need to make changes to your voter registration. The deadline for registration is October 19 (subject to change), and applicants may either return their application by person or by mail. It must be received by the Bucks County Board of Elections by the deadline of October 19. Register or change your registration by visiting the official Pennsylvania government website, VotesPA.com, where you can register online or by mail and learn about voter ID requirements for first-time voters. Call the Bucks County Board of Elections at (215) 348-6154 for additional help with registration.
- All Pennsylvanians are now eligible for mail-in ballots. You may request this ballot without reason. If you applied for a mail-in ballot with "permanent status" before the Primary Election, you will receive one for the General Election. If you did not, you will need to re-apply for a mail-in ballot. The last day to apply for a mail-in or absentee ballot is October 27 (subject to change). Apply online at VotesPA.com or call the Board of Elections. Apply NOW for mail-in ballots. The Board of Elections suggested September 14 may be the date ballots are put in the mail to voters. Return as soon as possible.
- Visit Vote411.org to access the League of Women Voters of Bucks County Voters Guide. Paper copies will be included with the October 15 edition of the Bucks County Herald. Some of the places you can find the Bucks County Herald are listed at https://buckscountyherald.com/index98.htm
- Bucks County Board of Elections has posted information on buckscounty.org to enable voters to familiarize themselves with the new Clear Ballot voting systems that will be in use at all polls on November 3.
- November 3 is the last day for the Bucks County Board of Elections to receive voted mail-in and civilian absentee ballots. They must be received by 8 PM.
- November 3 is the General Election. Polls are open from 7 AM to 8 PM. If voting in-person, confirm your polling location by visiting Vote411.org or by calling the Board of Elections.
- If you have concerns on Election Day, call the Election Protection Hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683). Official answers from the PA Department of State on Election Day are available on Election Day at 1-877-868-3772 from the Pennsylvania Department of State; interpreters are available.
- Visit the League of Women Voters of Bucks County’s website lwvbucks.org and follow @LWVBucksCounty on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with voting information.