DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM) — Multiple USPS complaints are circulating now more than ever during election season.
So, how can you ensure your mail-in ballot gets in on election day, Nov. 2nd by 8:00 PM? Well, here is what Bethany Salzarulo, Director Of Elections And Voter Registration in Cumberland County advises…
What happens if you request a mail-in ballot but have not gotten it yet?
- “If you haven’t received it yet and they are worried, which I understand, they can come in here request another ballot will cancel the first one and issue them a new one so they can do that up until TUESDAY at 5pm.”
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If you do get your mail-in ballot in on time, how should you get it to officials?
- “Drop it off to your county elections office, if you can’t try a get a ride from someone you trust.”
When is your ballot due?
- “You have 8:00 PM election night to turn in the mail in ballot.”