In 2022 over 43,000 Democrats voted by mail. In local elections in 2023 30000 Democrats voted by mail. You can apply now to vote by mail in the primary election on April 23rd.
Ballots will be mailed out in late March. You can then mail it back before April 10 giving the postal service plenty of time to deliver the ballot to voter services or take it to a dropbox after April 10.
PA’s no-excuse vote-by-mail options make voting by mail easy safe and appealing. Covid is still with us. Voting by mail is easy, it is secure, it can save the voter time, and it increases personal safety. Deadline for your application to be received by Voter Services is April 16 at 5 pm. But you can Apply now and receive your ballot in the first ballot mailing from Voter Services. Be sure to check the box for annual VBM voting. This insures you will receive a ballot for the primary and the general election.
Representative Shusterman on Voting by Mail
To get ready to vote by mail:
- If you’re unsure about your registration status, check it at vote.pa.gov
- Apply for a mail-in ballot at vote.pa.gov/applymailballot
- Learn more about mail-in voting on our Vote By Mail page
- Curious about vote-by-mail security? Learn more on our Vote By Mail security page
- If you’re worried about mail delivery, you’ll be able to drop off your voted ballot at Voter Services, 601 Westtown Road, West Chester, up through 8 pm Election Day. There will be additional secure drop boxes around the county. When the locations and hours are available, we’ll announce the info.