Vote by Mail in Pennsylvania
Did you know? Every Pennsylvania voter can vote by mail in any election!
Already requested your ballot? Scroll to the bottom of this page to learn how to return it successfully.
Pennsylvania Mail-In Ballot Request Deadline: November 1st
Make sure your ballot request is received electronically or by post by Philadelphia by 5pm Eastern Time on the day of the deadline.
Request A Ballot Online
Please note you must have a Social Security Number or a Pennsylvania Drivers License to request your ballot online.
Request A Ballot By Mail
If you have access to a printer, stamp, and envelope, click here to download a paper ballot request form.
Mail your completed form to:
City Hall, Room 142
1400 John F. Kennedy Blvd
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Make sure you leave ample time for the postal service to deliver your request form so that it is received by City Hall no later than 5pm on the request deadline. Requests postmarked before the deadline but received after will not be accepted.
If you do not have a printer, stamp, or envelope, complete the following form to have a request form sent to you along with an envelope with prepaid postage.
Completing and Returning A Mail-In Ballot
Mail-In & Absentee Ballot Return Deadline
Your ballot must be received on Election Day. Ballots postmarked before Election Day but not received until after will be thrown out. Make sure to mail back your ballot with ample time for the postal service to deliver it, or utilize a drop box.
Mail your ballot to: City Hall, Room 142, 1400 John F Kennedy Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Drop box locations TBA, but there will be one outside City Hall guaranteed. Drop boxes will be open until polls close on Election Day.