By: KDKA-TV News Team
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Voters in Pennsylvania go to the polls on Nov. 2 to vote in the municipal election. Here is the information you need to know to navigate the voting process.
On election day, polling stations are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. in Pennsylvania. Anyone queuing at 8 p.m. will be allowed to vote. Some voters have already returned mail-in ballots.
In Allegheny County, all 1,323 polling stations will be open on election day, officials said.
If you’re heading to the polls, look below for more information on the changes you can expect and tips for new voters.
MASK OR WITHOUT MASK:
All voters are encouraged to wear a face cover inside their polling station, regardless of their COVID-19 vaccination status. However, election officials say any voter who does not wear a mask or blanket will not be denied the right to vote.
It’s written on the VotesPA site“We strongly encourage voters to wear masks out of respect for their fellow voters and for the dedicated election officials who work in the polling stations. Voters who do not wear a mask will not be denied their right to vote. “
Election officials are also urging voters to bring their own black or blue ink pens and hand sanitizer to their polling station. They also promote safe social distancing guidelines.
HOW? ‘OR’ WHAT:
The Allegheny County Election Division says return ballots are available until election day in the lobby of the county office building. On polling day, the hall will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the return of ballots.
TIME LIMIT :
October 18: Deadline for voter registration.
October 26: Last day to request a postal or postal ballot.
November 2: Election day; Last day for the county electoral board to receive mail-in ballots and mail-in ballots (must be received by 8 p.m.)
November 9: Last day for the County Electoral Board to receive ballots from military personnel and overseas absentees (submitted for delivery no later than 11:59 p.m. on November 1)
DEBATE BY THE MAYOR OF KDKA PITTSBURGH:
• Allegheny County •
• County of Armstrong •
• Castor County •
• Butler County •
• County of Clarion •
Information for the voter
• County of Fayette •
• Greene County •
• Indiana County •
• Lawrence County •
• Mercer County •
• Somerset County •
Information for the voter
• Venango County •
• Washington County •
• Westmoreland County •
VOTING PROBLEM TO REPORT?
The State Department operates a hotline on election day to address concerns about the voting and the voting process, both online at ST-VoterReg@pa.gov and by phone at 1-877-VOTESPA (1-877-868-3772).
Election office in your county:
County by county map
Tips for New Voters
Pennsylvania League of Voters