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While an unprecedented number of Pennsylvanians cast mail-in ballots this year, many citizens have chosen to vote in person Tuesday, November 3 and turnout is expected to be large. Below are answers to a few common questions you might have this Election Day.

If you attempt to vote in person this Election Day but your name isn’t recorded in the poll books, you have a right to vote using a provisional ballot. Provisional ballots are explained here.

Did you request a mail-in ballot but not receive it? You can still vote on Election Day at your poll by using a provisional ballot. Here’s how.

If you applied for and received a mail-in ballot, but never returned it, you CAN vote in person on Election Day. Here’s how.

If you are a first-time voter, you must bring a photo or non-photo ID to your poll to vote. You can find details and more resources for first-time voters here.

Election Day Q & A

If I am experiencing an emergency or quarantining due to a COVID-19 diagnosis, how can I still vote tomorrow?

It’s important to note that there are two forms that must be filled out: one for the emergency ballot and the other for the authorized representative. Your representative is the person you designate to pick up and return the ballot to the county board of elections.

You can find the forms here.

If you are in line to vote by 8 p.m. on Election Day, you should be permitted to vote. Learn about your rights as a voter, how to file a complaint, and more

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