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While an unprecedented number of Pennsylvanians cast mail-in ballots this year, many citizens have chosen to vote in person Tuesday, November 3 and turnout is expected to be large. Below are answers to a few common questions you might have this Election Day.

If you attempt to vote in person this Election Day but your name isn’t recorded in the poll books, you have a right to vote using a provisional ballot. Provisional ballots are explained here.

Did you request a mail-in ballot but not receive it? You can still vote on Election Day at your poll by using a provisional ballot. Here’s how.

If you applied for and received a mail-in ballot, but never returned it, you CAN vote in person on Election Day. Here’s how.

If you are a first-time voter, you must bring a photo or non-photo ID to your poll to vote. You can find details and more resources for first-time voters here.

If you are in line to vote by 8 p.m. on Election Day, you should be permitted to vote. Learn about your rights as a voter, how to file a complaint, and more.

For more information about the election, please visit or call (717) 299 – 8293.

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