How Do You Find Out Where to Vote in Pennsylvania?


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The Pennsylvania Department of State maintains a website to look up a polling place. Users can find this website through the menu on the Department of State's website. A user can enter her county, city and address to search for her polling place and get information about her voting ward.

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How Do You Find Out Where to Vote in Pennsylvania?
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On the polling place search portal, making a selection from each drop-down menu activates the next field. Beginning with county, users should enter her city, street and house number. On the results page, the user can find information about her polling place, including handicap accessibility.

This page only displays the polling place based on the address entered and does not indicate whether the user is a registered voter at that location. To find out if she is a registered voter, a user can either log in to the main page of the Department of State's website or contact her county voter registration office.

After locating her polling place, a user can also search for directions to her polling place from the results page. The polling place search portal is available in both English and Spanish. Alternately, a user can contact her county election office to find her polling place if she does not wish to use the website.

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