PA: Vote by Mail!
How to Vote by Mail in Pennsylvania
As you may be aware, the Pennsylvania election laws changed dramatically in 2019.
One of those changes is the ability to vote by mail using a mail-in ballot. But to do this, you have to request one.
If desired, you can apply for mail-in ballots online, by mail, or in person, until one week before the election.
For the new June 2, 2020 primary date, mail-in ballot applications must be received by your county election office by 5 PM Tuesday, May 26.
Once you receive your mail-in ballot, you now have until 8 PM on June 2nd to deliver your completed ballot to your county election office, but you should drop it off or mail it as early as you can to ensure timely delivery.
If you are not registered to vote or need to update your registration, the new deadline is Monday, May 18. Please visit www.register.votespa.com to register or update your voter registration today.
The stakes are high in both the state and federal elections, so we need all gun owners who are eligible to vote to register and vote in the 2020 election season.