Mail-In Ballot Deadline Extended for Six Counties,
Drop-Off Locations for Mail-in Ballots & Polling Locations
UPDATE: Governor Tom Wolf extended the deadline in six counties — Allegheny, Dauphin, Delaware, Erie, Montgomery and Philadelphia.
Mail-in ballots in these counties must be postmarked no later than Tuesday, June 2. Voters can now go to a post office TODAY, June 2, to put their mail-in ballot in the mail.
The deadline to hand deliver mail-in ballots in all counties is still Tuesday, June 2, at 8 PM. See a full list of drop-off locations. Individual voters must return their own ballots, however some exceptions apply. Learn more.
Polling locations will be open on Primary Election Day June 2nd from 7 AM to 8 PM, but due to COVID-19, many polling places have been moved and consolidated. Check your polling place here. Voters are urged to wear masks and gloves, but personal protective gear is not required to vote.
The Committee of Seventy Voteswagon
C70’s successful partnership with the Philadelphia City Commissioners is extending through Election Day.
From 7am – 8pm at Sedgely Plaza, 2815 Ridge Avenue in Philadelphiaon June 2nd, Philadelphia City Commissioners staff and C70’s VOTESWAGON will meet voters to allow them to drop off their completed mail ballots. Individual voters must return their own ballots.