How can I look up my polling place and what will be on the ballot?

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Find Your Polling Place

Enter your address at the Pennsylvania Polling Place website by the PA Department of State to find the location of your polling place. Here, you can also get directions to your polling place location and view accessibility criteria for polling places. 

 

Example of the Pennsylvania Polling Place Website: 

 

 

 

 

Download a Sample Ballot

 

You can download a sample ballot for the upcoming election on the Allegheny County website. You'll need to know the name of your municipality, ward number, and district number. If you don't know this information, you can use the Pennsylvania Polling Place website to look them up. See the image above for an example of how the ward and district numbers will appear in your search results. 

 

Once you have chosen your municipality, ward, and district, you can click "search," and then "View Ballot" to see what your ballot will look like on election day. 

 

Example of Allegheny County Website: 

 

 

 

 

Vote411.org by the League of Women Voters

 

Vote411.org by the League of Women Voters also offers a way to view your personalized ballot. Enter your address in the fields provided and click “Submit” to see the address of your polling place, the address of your closest drop-off location for mail-in ballots, and upcoming election deadlines and dates

 

Example of the Vote411.org Website: 

Vote411.org Address Entry  

 

To learn more about the different types of elections (general, primary and special), click here. 


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  • Last Updated Jun 20, 2024
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  • Answered By Julie Horowitz

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