Voter Registration in Pennsylvania
Registering to vote has become much easier in the state thanks to the efforts of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT).
PennDOT champions the principles of time management by allowing you to register to vote at any statewide Driver License Center location while getting a driver's license or registering your vehicle. You may also fill out the State Department's online form, print it, and send it to your county registrar (listed on the form).
To register in person at PennDOT, just alert the clerk of your intentions and you will be handed a voter registration application. Upon completing it, you'll receive a voter registration receipt to serve as proof should the next election come around before you receive your official voter ID card in the mail in about 14 days.
If you don't receive your voter ID card within two weeks, please call your county's voter registration office.
Confirm You're Registered
Unsure if you're registered? Call 1-877-VOTESPA.
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