On October 14, the Elections Division announced that a ballot imaging error by Midwest Direct resulted in incorrect ballots being sent to 28,879 voters in Allegheny County. Click here for a look-up tool to search by name for voters in the batch of impacted ballots.
Voting in Allegheny County is easier and more convenient than ever. Learn more and choose the voting option that’s right for you.
VOTE BY MAIL
In Pennsylvania, you can choose to vote by mail by requesting a mail-in ballot. Once a voter receives their ballot, it can then be sent back via mail or delivered to an election office by the voter. Click the link below to learn more.
Over-the-counter voting entails a voter applying in-person for a mail-in or absentee ballot. Click the link below to learn when these additional election offices will be open for over-the-counter voting.
IN-PERSON VOTING ON NOVEMEMBER 3
Allegheny County has a new voting system for the 2020 election. Casting your ballot is simple and straightforward. Learn about the new system and find your polling location below.