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Make sure your voice is heard. Return your mail-in or absentee ballot today!
Only a few days left to deliver your ballot! To guarantee that your ballot gets in on time, call or email your county election office and ask about drop-off options where you can deliver it in person. The deadline for counties to receive your ballot is 8 p.m. on June 2, and the postmarked date does not count!!!
Drop-Off Ballot Box Locations Announced as Mail-Ins Near 100,000. See details here
If you are concerned that you mail-in ballot might not arrive in time to be voted and received by 8 PM deadline on June 2, please consider this information regarding Voting-by-Provisional Ballot
The League of Women Voters of Bucks County proudly presents this informative video to the new election laws and new voting system being introduced in 2020. It offers key information and helpful resources for all citizens.
The League of Women Voters in Bucks County hosted a public education program on reforming Pennsylvania’s redistricting process. Fair Districts PA speaker Tony Crocamo explained PA’s current redistricting process, demonstrated how it undermines democracy, and offered a solution to the problem. The legislation in Harrisburg and FDPA’s strategy going forward was also discussed. Please view the video here.