Mail-in vs Absentee Ballot, forms and information.
State law requires that the County Board of Elections send a mail-in ballot application at the beginning of each year to anyone who previously filled out a vote-by-mail application and checked the box to indicated that they would like to keep receiving applications in following years.
Absentee/Mail-In Ballot Delivery Address Change Form is available to registered voters who will not be in their primary home during the election and need a ballot delivered elsewhere.
If you are "Voting by Mail" either with an Absentee Ballot or Mail-In Ballot, you have the choice to use USPS or to bring your ballot to a Drop Box Location, several of which are located around the county.
Find out more about registering to vote in Bucks County.
Voters can request forms related to the elections and voting
Form for cancelling a mail-in/absentee ballot due to damage, never arriving, etc. and having a new ballot issued.
Update your voter registration.
Check out a helpful list of polling places in Bucks County, and access tools to help you find which one is yours.
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