Mail-In Voting at Home
Please note that some states require an excuse to request an absentee ballot. Oftentimes, being a student is a qualifying excuse. To check if your state has requirements to vote absentee, click here.
The tool below will help you request an absentee ballot from your state. Depending on your state’s voting laws, you may be required to print and mail your request form after completing a couple final steps on paper.
Remember that the mail takes time to send and arrive— we encourage you to complete this form ASAP if you decide to vote absentee so that you can receive and return your ballot with ample time before the deadline.
If you need your ballot notarized, you can visit the PennCard center during normal business hours. We suggest you call beforehand to make sure the notary is in the office.
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