HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — Abc27 is your local election headquarters. Pennsylvania’s primary election is Tuesday, June 2.
Pennsylvanians have their choice of voting by mail-in ballot or going to their polling place.
“For the first time, Pennsylvanians have the option of voting by convenient and secure mail-in ballot without having to provide an excuse, thanks to the bipartisan Act 77 of 2019 signed into law by Gov. Wolf last fall,” Secretary Boockvar said. “But all counties, including those still in the COVID-19 pandemic red phase on June 2, will have polling places open for voters who prefer to vote in-person.”
The deadline to apply for a mail-in ballot was May 26. Anyone with a mail-in ballot should drop it off at your local county’s election office.
Below is a list of county election office addresses:
- Adams County: County Courthouse, 117 Baltimore St., Gettysburg. A secure collection box outside the courthouse.
- Cumberland County: Elections and Voter Registration Office lobby, 1601 Ritner Highway, Carlisle. A secured ballot box is available in the lobby
- Dauphin County: Dauphin County Administration Building (first floor): 2 South 2nd Street, Harrisburg. A secure collection box at the entrance.
- Franklin County: Old Courthouse: 2 N Main Street, Chambersburg. Inside the courthouse.
- Juniata County: Juniata County Courthouse, Bridge and Main Streets, Mifflintown. The receptionist will be accepting them inside the courthouse.
- Lancaster County: Lancaster County Government Center: 150 N. Queen Street #117, Lancaster. West Chestnut Street entrance accepting it inside the Sheriff’s station.
- Lebanon County: Lebanon County Municipal Building 400 South 8th Street, Lebanon. A secure dropbox.
- Mifflin County: Mifflin County Courthouse 20 N. Wayne St., Lewistown. Inside the courthouse.
- Perry County: Veterans Memorial Building, 25 W Main St, New Bloomfield. Buzz the buzzer and someone will come to the door.
- York County: York County Administrative Center at 28 E. Market St., York or Pleasant Valley Road, 2401 Pleasant Valley Rd, York. Secured drop boxes and both locations.
The Department of State and counties are preparing to exercise every precaution to provide safe polling places for in-person voters and Pennsylvania’s dedicated poll workers.
Pens will be provided to fill out ballots but its recommended voters bring their own. Hand sanitizer will also be available and workers will wear masks and face shields. Voters without masks will not be turned away, but are encouraged to wear one.
Many polling places have changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic but must notify voters of polling place changes.
For anyone voting in-person, the polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.