Tuesday, October 26 is the last day for Pennsylvania voters to apply for a mail ballot in the November 2, 2021 municipal election.
For a voter to receive a mail ballot, the county election office must receive their application by 5 p.m., October 26. Voters can apply online here, though it may be best to get an on-demand mail ballot in person to avoid any possible electronic issues.
In Lower Bucks, registered voters can get their mail ballot at the Levittown Government Services Center. Located at 7321 New Falls Rd, voters can get their ballots and cast them in the same visit.
Voters who have already received their mail ballot can cast it in one of eleven official drop boxes throughout the county before polls close on election day.
If a voter chooses instead to send back the ballot through the mail, it must be received by 8 p.m. on November 2. Postmarking the ballot will not make a difference.
“Pennsylvanians have three secure ways to vote – by mail ballot, in person by mail ballot at their county election office, and at the polls on Election Day,” said Acting Secretary of State Veronica Degraffenreid. “Choose the option that best fits your needs. But, if you are voting by mail ballot, act quickly and complete and return your mail ballot now.”