Act 77 of 2019 has created the largest expansion of voting opportunities in decades. The biggest advancement is VOTE BY MAIL. Voting by mail ensures your vote is counted even if you can’t personally get to the polls, if you think you might be unable to vote in person, or just want to avoid the lines! Apply for an mail-in ballot by clicking link above or printing out a paper application starting 50 days before a Primary or General Election. When it arrives by mail, fill out the ballot and return it back to before the required deadline (8PM on voting day). Thats it!
Montgomery County Board of Elections
PO Box 311
Norristown, PA 19404
Vote by mail applications also are available at municipal buildings, libraries, state liquor stores, and your state legislators’ offices. To UPS or FedEx your completed ballot, send to Montgomery County Board of Elections, 1 Montgomery Plaza, Suite 602, 425 Swede Street, Norristown, PA 19401. This also is the physical place you would go if you want to get the ballot in person and fill it out on the spot.
Deadline to return a completed Mail-In or Absentee ballot for the April 2020 Primary Election is by 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 28, 2020.
Please note this deadline means the ballot must be in the office, not simply postmarked. Please also note that the U.S. Postal Service can take up to five days or more to deliver regular mail, so if you are close to the deadline, we suggest you visit the Board of Elections office in person. One Montgomery Plaza, Suite 602, on Swede Street in Norristown. In-person submissions must be made by the individual casting the vote.