Everyone Should Be Able to Vote, and Everyone’s Vote Should Be Counted
You can still apply to vote by mail. Applications period ends on 1 November.
How to apply to Vote by Mail:
If you want/need to vote by mail, apply online by 5:00PM TODAY (Nov. 1). Click here for the application.
How to complete and return your ballot:
The Democratic sample ballot for the 2022 general election is available here. All Tredyffrin precincts have the same ballot.
The short video below explains how to return your ballot for your vote to count:
“Drop It In The Box!”
Ballots must be received by Voter Services by 8:00 pm on November 8. This will only work if you can take your ballot to a drop box. Timeframes for Voter Services to mail a ballot to you and for you to mail it back are insufficient.
IMPORTANT: YOU MUST ONLY RETURN YOUR OWN BALLOT IN A DROP BOX. You are prohibited from delivering or returning anyone else’s ballot, even if that person is your spouse, parent, child, grandparent, other relative, neighbor or friend. Exception: Voters who have a disability, as defined by the American with Disabilities Act can designate an agent. You must complete and submit the Authorized Designated Agent Form available in English and Spanish.
Plan to take the completed ballot to a drop box by 8 pm on November 8. Click here for drop box locations and hours.
What if I don’t receive my ballot or make a mistake?
If your ballot does not arrive, you can go to your polling place and vote on a provisional ballot.
If you mail your ballot and you do not think it arrived, you can go to your polling place and vote on a provisional ballot.
If you mail your ballot and then realize you made an error (not using the secrecy envelope as an example), you can go to your polling place and vote on a provisional ballot.