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By filling out the Request Your Ballot Today form below will redirect you to the Secretary of State's website where you can begin the process of requesting your ballot.

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In Pennsylvania, you have two options for voting by mail. Below, you'll find information detailing these options.

You must be a registered voter to submit an application. You may check whether you are registered to vote in Pennsylvania using:
Find Voter Registration Status

What is the difference between a mail-in ballot and an absentee ballot?

There are two types of mail ballots in Pennsylvania.

Mail-In Voting

Mail-in ballots are for any eligible voter. You do not need an excuse or reason to request a mail-in ballot.

When you apply to be an annual mail voter, you are indicating that:

You want to receive a mail ballot for every election until the 3rd Monday in February of the following year. (You will automatically receive a mail ballot for any election during that period.)


You would like your county board of elections to remind you to apply to vote by mail every year. By February, you will receive a paper request form for mail ballots for every election during that year or you can submit a request online. You must submit a request to vote by mail ballot every year that you wish to vote by mail.

To become an annual mail voter

Step 1: Submit a request online or by mail to receive ballots for the year

Request online
Download, print and mail a paper form
Mail-in ballot request: English | Spanish | Vietnamese | Chinese Simplified | Chinese Traditional

Step 2: Make sure to sign up to be an annual mail voter

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Paper form:

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Absentee ballot

Voters who plan to be out of their municipality on Election Day or voters who have a disability or illness that prevents them from going to a polling place on Election Day.

Absentee ballot request: English | SpanishVietnamese | Chinese Simplified | Chinese Traditional

Other Important Information:

You must be a registered voter to submit an application. You may check whether you are registered to vote in Pennsylvania using:
Find Voter Registration Status

NOTE: if you plan to vote using an absentee or mail-in ballot in the 2024 GENERAL ELECTION held on 11/05/2024, your completed application must be received in the county office by 5:00 PM on 10/29/2024. The deadline to return your voted absentee or mail-in ballot is 8:00 PM on 11/05/2024.

You can track the status of your ballot on PA Voter Services. If you provided your email address to your county election office at the time you registered to vote or applied for a ballot, you will receive an email notification when your returned ballot is recorded.


The Republican State Leadership Committee PAC (RSLC PAC), Keystone Renewal PAC, and The Sentinel Action Fund (SAF) are proud to announce the launch of This site is a resource for voters who would like to join the mail-in voting list for 2024, which ensures they will receive a ballot in the primary and general elections.

With razor-thin margins of victory across down-ballot races in the Commonwealth in 2020 and 2022, Republicans must fight for every vote in 2024. We encourage campaigns across Pennsylvania to use as a resource for voters who want to learn more about the process or sign up to vote by mail in 2024.

This website is part of the historic investment announced on January 30, 2024. To read more about that investment, click here.

Paid for by RSLC PAC. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee.

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