ELECTION CALENDAR 2020
Presidential Election: November 3, 2020
NEW MAIL-IN BALLOTING
New for voters this year! Mail-in ballots are available for every voter. You do not need a reason to vote by mail-in ballot. Apply NOW for your mail-in ballot at www.votespa.com and beat the crowd. See our home page for details on mail-in voting.
WHO IS ON THE BALLOT?
You can also go online to Ballotpedia PA for candidates and issues in PA.
For more information about the candidates, you can contact your political party (contact numbers below).
VOTER INFORMATION UPDATES IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY
September 15, 2020
Over 3,000 new poll worker applications have been received in Montgomery County.
A bump in pay for poll workers was approved. Clerks and machine operators will receive $225, and Judges of Elections, $300.
September 16 - With concerns rising in Pennsylvania that tens of thousands of mail-in ballots will be discarded in the presidential election over technicalities, O=officials in Pennsylvania told counties they can't reject a ballot just because an election official believes a signature doesn’t match the signature in the voter’s file.
The Elections Office will expand with another Elections Office at the Health and Human Services building, located at 1430 DeKalb St. in Norristown to handle vote by mail. The office will open with extended hours.
Four Satellite Elections Offices will open. They will be located in Willow Grove, Lansdale, Pottstown and Narberth. The Narberth office will be located at the Magisterial District Court Office of Lower Merion, 925 Montgomery Avenue. No hours of operation or opening dates have been announced yet. You can register, apply for your mail-in ballot and vote in person at these satellite offices (although be prepared to wait at least half an hour for processing).
Dropboxes. Up to 10 dropboxes are expected to be approved by the Board of Elections this week One will be in Lower Merion. Please note: dropboxes are a part of pending litigation in the PA Supreme Court.