Voting in Pennsylvania

Learn how to exercise your right to vote. This guide will help connect you with Pennsylvania’s voting and election services.

NEW: The Pennsylvania primary election is now on June 2 due to COVID-19 .

Registered voters who have signed up for either a mail-in or absentee ballot do not need to file new applications despite the change in the primary election date.

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Consolidated Polling Place Locations Announced for June 2 Election

PITTSBURGH – The Elections Division today issued the full list of consolidated polling place locations for the Tuesday, June 2 primary election. The division had submitted a resolution passed by the Board of Elections to the Department of State with its outline of a consolidation plan on April 28.

Please note that updates to the Elections website will be made by Monday, but we cannot give you a time frame on when the state’s polling place locator information will be updated. Additionally, households with eligible voters will receive a postcard prior to Election Day advising of their specific polling place location. There will also be additional outreach and information to the public and voters between now and Election Day, including on social media.

As determined by the Board of Elections, while there is one location listed, sites may include multiple polling places within that location so that physical distancing and other mitigation measures may be followed on Election Day.

For additional information and detail as it becomes available, visit and select the June 2 Primary Election Information tile. Election updates are also provided through Allegheny Alerts. Create a free subscription at and select the “Elections” subscription.

Municipality      Polling Place Location      Street Address

Aspinwall. Aspinwall Municipal Building  217 Commercial Avenue

Etna  All Saints Church. 19 Wilson Street

Millvale  Millvale Community Center. 416 Lincoln Avenue

Reserve  Reserve Township Volunteer Fire Department. 33 Lonsdale Street

Ross. Ross Township Public Works Buidling. 225 Cemetery Lane

Shaler. Shaler Area Middle School. 1800 Mt. Royal Boulevard

Sharpsburg. Sharpsburg Municipal Building. 1611 Main Street

June 2 Primary Election Information

In March, Governor Wolf signed Act 12 of 2020 into law which moved the General Primary Election to June 2, 2020. The act also allows for up to a 60% reduction of polling places through the consolidation of two or more polling places which may be in the same building. Additional changes could also be authorized by the Department of State.

Due to concerns related to holding an in-person election in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Division of Elections is mailing mail-in ballot applications to every registered, eligible voter in Allegheny County who has not already submitted an application. That mailing is expected to go out in the first few weeks of May. Voters don’t have to wait to receive an application but can go online now to VotesPA and apply online for a mail-in ballot.

Over the past few months, the county has conducted a robust marketing and advertising campaign to reach as many voters as possible to make them aware of the mail-in option. A few weeks ago, the County Executive also directed Elections to step-up the targeted advertising for mail-in voting.

During its April 23 meeting, the Board of Elections considered and approved a resolution calling for further consolidation of polling locations. The resolution was submitted to the Department of State on April 28 along with an outline of a plan for the consolidation of present polling places into likely 200-300 locations.

There will be no fewer than one polling place per municipality, with the exception of the City of Pittsburgh which will have no fewer than nine polling places. The expectation is that in larger municipalities, there will be multiple polling places, but work will be done to provide that they are housed within the same location. As appropriate, additional or alternate locations will also be identified by Elections to further the goal of physical distancing when a large volume of in-person voters are expected. Each location selected will have sufficient space, parking and handicapped access and will be appropriately equipped with ballot marking devices for ADA voter use.

Continuing correspondence and communication will be provided to the Department of State and the public so that there is a full understanding of the polling places being utilized. A related communications plans is also being developed, and this webpage will be updated on a continual basis.

Under normal circumstances, Allegheny County utilizes 1,323 polling places and approximately 6,500 elected and appointed poll workers. Additional staff and resources are needed for overall election operations.

**NEW** The PA Department of State has issued guidance related to the Use of Facilities as Polling Places during COVID-19.


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