The 2020 Presidential Election is November 3, 2020

Polls Open 7:00 am – 8:00 pm

Note: “Vote-by-Mail”, because of the ongoing health crisis and expected long lines at the polls, is a recommended option – safe and secure. All ballots should be received by 8:00 pm on November 3 (although those received up to three days later and postmarked by 11/3 will still be counted.) We recommend mailing completed ballots by October 20 (10/20/2020) to ensure they are received for this most important election.

YOUR OPTIONS

If Voting in person:

  • Maintain social distance while standing in line
  • Wear a mask
  • See the Dems table for an enlarged sample ballot (take a photo or scan QRC code)
  • Complete the entire ballot
  • Use hand sanitizer after you leave the polling place

If Voting by mail

  • No postage is necessary
  • When you receive your ballot packet from Chester County Voter Services, be sure to keep 1) the outside signature and address envelope, 2) inside secrecy envelope, 3) your ballot; you will need all three
  • Complete and return your ballot as quickly as possible in case of USPS delays – no later than 10/20/20
  • Fill in the bubbles fully (no X or checkmarks accepted) and for all races
  • Most importantly, remember to print your name, address, and SIGNATURE on the OUTER envelope
  • If you feel your ballot may not be received by Election Day because of USPS delays – use the Drop Box option

Election Day Chester County Drop Box Option (locations TBA)

  • If you think it’s too late for your mail-in ballot to arrive before 11/3, we strongly recommend dropping it off at one of up to 15 official Chester County Ballot Drop Boxes (TBA) or at CC Voter Services, 601 Westtown Road, West Chester
  • You must drop it off in person, and may not carry someone else’s ballot

To apply for a mail-in ballot (no later than October 27 – and that’s probably too late to receive and return):