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“Political parties are key vehicles for policy-making, and choosing not to join one is choosing to give up influence.” -
Josh Barro, columnist and political analyst for the New York Times

Be a SUPER-VOTER - Vote in EVERY Election!
Am I registered to vote?  Click HERE or HERE to find out
How do I register to vote online? Click HERE or HERE
          Where do I vote? Click HERE for updated Polling Place list
What if I moved?  See
REGISTER TO VOTE info below.

You must have REGISTERED by April 16, 2018 to vote in the May 15, 2018 Primary Election.

ABSENTEE Civilian Ballot APPLICATIONS must be received by Voter Services Office
before 5 pm Tuesday May 8, 2018
. See ABSENTEE BALLOT info below.
 

Need an ABSENTEE BALLOT ? 
  1. Mail or deliver your APPLICATION to reach the Board of Elections Office by Tuesday May 8, 2018
2. Watch for your Primary Election BALLOT in the mail from the Board of Elections Office.
3.  Mail or deliver your VOTED BALLOT to reach Board of Elections Office by
Friday May 11, 2018

More info:
HERE
Click HERE
for printable Absentee Ballot Application and Instructions
 

     
REGISTRATION CLOSES 30 DAYS PRIOR TO EVERY ELECTION
DEADLINE to Register to Vote in the May 15, 2018 Primary Election is
April 16, 2018
To register you must:
* be a citizen of the U.S. for at least one month immediately before the next election.
* be a resident of the state and your election district for at least 30 days before the next election. (If you move within the 30 days you may vote in the district from which you moved)
* be at least 18 years of age on the date of the next election.

Please Note:
1. All electors (except members of the Armed Forces and bedridden or hospitalized veterans unavoidably absent from the country of residence) must be registered to be eligible to vote. After registration, unless they change their residence,  electors are not required to register again. 
2. Convicted felons who are incarcerated on the date of a primary or general election are NOT eligible to vote, regardless of whether they are registered. However, pre-trial detainees and misdemeanants ARE eligible to register to vote and/or to vote by absentee ballot if they otherwise qualify to vote under law.

    5 Ways You Can Register to Vote (It's quick and easy!):  

1. ONLINE - click here:   register.votesPA.com   
You can also change your name, address, or party affiliation online.

    2. IN PERSON at the Office of Voter Services in Third Street Plaza,
         33 West Third Street, Williamsport.
  Mon-Fri 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

 3. IN PERSON at the Department of Motor Vehicles when you renew or apply for a Driver's License

   4. BY MAILING in a voter registration form. Get the form by:
                         -Calling the Office of Voter Services at 570-327-2267
                                                                               - OR -
                         -Downloading the form here: 
Voter Registration Form
                           (This is a PDF file and requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to view.)
                                                                                - OR -

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Checking  at your local Post Office, Library, Municipal Office or
                            any Federal agency that offers assistance
                           


 

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Verna Caruso, Chair
Steve Muthler, Treasurer
Tom Praster, Vice Chair
Alison Rupert, Secretary
State Committee Person:  David C. Raker 
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