The applicant must register to vote at the address where you live your residence address. Owning property or a business in a country does not make you a resident of that county.
- Fill out a voter registration application form
- Your county voter registration office reviews the form
- If your registration is accepted, you will get a voter registration card in the mail.
- The voter registration card will show your name, address, party affiliation, and the address where you will vote.
- If you apply the registration form on a laptop, tablet, or mobile device
- Your county elections office will review the application
- When your registration is complete, you will receive your voter registration card in the mail
- Before you begin, be sure to have your Pennsylvania driver’s license or PennDOT ID card handy. If you don’t have one, you can upload a signature or print and sign the form
- Once you submit your online application, it will go to the appropriate county voter registration office for processing
- If your voter registration card does not come in the mail within 14 days, contact your county voter registration office.