Who is on the ballot in the next election? How to register to vote? ...and more
However, when you vote for the first time at a poll, you must show ID (photo or non-photo).
Primary Election: May 21, 2019
General Election: November 5, 2019
Last day to register for the Primary: April 22, 2019
Last day to register for the General: October 7, 2019
Last day to apply for absentee ballot: October 29, 2019
For an early list of candidates visit the Montgomery County PA Voters Services website at <http://www.montcopa.org>. At the home page, choose Departments, then County Administration, then Voter Services, then 2019 Election Information. Click on 2019 Primary Unofficial Candidate List. You need to know what legislative districts you live in.
You can also go online to Ballotpedia PA for candidates and issues in PA.
For more information about the candidates, contact your political party (contact numbers below).
For information on judicial candidates running in the November 5, 2019 Election:
Visit Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts at <http://www.pmconline.org/2019-judicial-elections.html>.
Closer to the election, find ind information about the PA judicial candidates at <http://www.vote411.org>.
Visit the Pennsylvania Bar Association website at Pennsylvania Bar Association <http://www.pabar.org> to find out which candidates they recommend and which they do not.
Montgomery County Voter Services 610-278-3280
Find your polling place and other voter information
Montgomery County Election Board 610-278-3275
Democratic Committee of LM and N 610-649-7200
Republican Committee of LM and N 610-642-4407
You can register online at <http://www.votespa.com>. You will need identification. Directions are clearly given on the site.
You may change parties anytime except the month preceding the primary and the week following the primary and the month following the general election.
As of September 16, 2019, you can obtain an absentee ballot online at <http://www.votespa.com/ApplyAbsentee>.
Chronically ill or disabled persons may apply to Voter Services to be put on the permanently disabled voters list and an absentee ballot application will then be automatically sent to you for each election.