If you have a mail ballot it must be RECEIVED by Election Day, November 7 at 8pm. If you are voting in person, Election Day is Tuesday November 7. Scroll Down to Learn Everything Bucks County Voters Need to Know About the Election
Drop Box Hours and Locations
County Administration Building (Doylestown)
55 E Court Street, Doylestown, PA 18901
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Upper Bucks Government Service Center (Quakertown)
261 California Road, Quakertown, PA 18951
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Lower Bucks Government Service Center (Levittown)
7321 New Falls Road, Levittown, PA 19055
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
3700 Hulmeville Rd, Bensalem, PA 19020
9:00 AM – 8:00 PM
25 Upper Holland Rd, Richboro, PA 18954
9:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Grundy Memorial Library (Bristol)
680 Radcliffe St., Bristol, PA 19007
11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
New Hope Library
93 W Ferry St, New Hope, PA 18938
10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
491 Arthur Ave, Perkasie, PA 18944
9:00 AM – 8:00 PM
1076 Emma Ln, Warminster, PA 18974
10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
1080 Edgewood Rd, Yardley, PA 19067
9:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Why You Should Vote in 2023
Our Rights and Our Democracy Are On the Ballot
The Key Races
Up and down the ballot in Bucks County, highly-qualified and dedicated Democrats are running to lead our school boards, towns, county, and state forward. They will fight for our rights and protect our freedoms against an increasingly extreme Republican party. Learn more about the races on the ballot this year:
School Board Directors
In 2021, far-right extremist organizations backed by wealthy Republican donors and strategists poured countless money and resources into electing their candidates to our school boards. The result has been disastrous. In Central Bucks, our largest school district, the far-right won a majority on the board and immediately implemented hateful policies attacking marginalized students and faculty. There was an outcry from the community in response to those policies and instead of changing course, the Republican majority chose to spend millions of taxpayer dollars on attorneys to defend their policies against lawsuits and on public relations firms. In 2023, they’re at it again and we need to elect responsible Democrats to our school boards to stop the chaos and protect our children.
If you have questions about your ballot, contact us
County Commissioners and Row Officers
In 2019 the Democrats Bob Harvie and Diane Marseglia won the majority of the three County Commissioner Seats. Also in 2019, the Democrats won four County Row Offices, the positions that perform the executive functions of the County. This was a historic win and since their victory, Bob and Diane have enacted policies that have moved the County forward: Protecting our elections, rebuilding our County Mental Health Care Crisis Center, practicing fiscal responsibility and guiding us through a pandemic.
Vote for both Diane and Bob and all the endorsed Democratic candidates!
State-Wide, Regional and District Judges
It has never been more clear how important it is to elect reasonable judges to our courts who will defend our rights and our freedoms from far-right extremists. In the last two years, Republican judges have enacted or defended dangerous laws across the country such as ending abortion access for women and allowing far-right school boards to target lgbtq+ and minority students.
In this election, we will be choosing a Justice for the highest court in PA, the Supreme Court, as well as the second highest courts, the Superior Court and the Commonwealth Court. Our regional court, the Court of Common Pleas is also on the ballot and some areas in Bucks will be choosing a Magisterial District Judge.
Vote to elect Democratic Judges to protect our rights and our freedoms!
Supervisors, Council Persons, Mayors and other local offices
In recent years, Republicans have made a concerted effort to pour money and resources into local offices that they know voters pay less attention to. Their goal to elect the most extreme candidates to local offices who will not only bring their culture war politics to our local governments but will also gain a foothold in government that allows them to run for higher office in the future.
Vote for Democrats up and down the ballot and ensure our municipalities are in the hands of rational, reasonable leaders!
In the 2023 General election, voters need to pay careful attention to races where you can vote for multiple candidates. Click the button below to find the Democratic Sample Ballot for your municipality.
Want to know more about requesting your mail ballot or how and where to return your mail ballot?
Mail ballots began going out the week of October 4 to all voters in Bucks County who requested a mail ballot in 2023. If you’d like to request a mail ballot for the November 7 Election, you can do so until October 31, but do not wait!
When should I Request my Mail Ballot? Right now. You can request up to October 31, but do not wait.
When does my Mail Ballot need to be returned? Your ballot must be RECEIVED by the Board of Elections by November 7 at 8pm. We don’t recommend mailing after October 31. Instead, bring it in person to a drop box.
How do I return my Mail Ballot? You can return your ballot to a drop box or by mail.
By Mail: If returning by mail we recommend doing so immediately and no later than October 31.
To a Drop Box: Drop Boxes open on October 16. Learn more
Mail Ballot Drop Boxes Available Starting October 16: Doylestown, Levittown, and Quakertown.
Mail Ballot Drop Boxes Available Starting October 23: Bensalem Library – Bristol Borough Hall – New Hope Library Northampton Library – Perkasie Library – Riegelsville Library Warminster Library – Yardley-Makefield Library
For Drop Box Hours and Addresses and all Vote by Mail info: Visit our Vote by Mail page
Voting On Demand
Can't wait for your ballot? Made a mistake? Lost or never received your ballot? Away on Election Day?
Voting On Demand gives you the option to request a ballot, complete it, and return it all in one visit to a Board of Elections location even if you’ve already applied for a Mail Ballot.
Who can Vote On Demand?
Anyone who has requested a Mail Ballot by October 31 at 5pm and has not returned it yet can vote On Demand until the Monday before Election Day, Tuesday November 7. Anyone who is a registered voter can also vote On Demand until one week before Election Day. After that point, you can only vote On Demand if you’ve already requested a mail ballot.
Doylestown: 55 E. Court St, Doylestown
Levittown: 7321 New Falls Rd, Levittown
Quakertown: 261 California Rd, Quakertown
Doylestown: Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Quakertown and Levittown: Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Voting At The Polls
Planning to vote in person on Tuesday, November 7?
Where do I vote on Election Day?
Check here to find out the latest information about polling locations. Some polls have changed.
When are the polls open?
Polls are open on Election Day Tuesday, November 7, from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Can I bring my mail ballot to the polls to vote there?
Yes! You have the option to bring your Mail Ballot to your polling place to vote in person on Election Day but you will need to bring the ballot and your return envelope. The Judge of Elections will void your Mail Ballot and you will be allowed to vote using the machine at the polling place.
What if I don’t have my mail ballot or the return envelope?
If you lost your ballot or do not have the ballot or return envelope that came with your Mail Ballot, you can still vote at the polls using a provisional ballot. If at all possible though, we recommend going to the Board of Elections and voting On Demand. See the Vote On Demand section for more info. If going to the polls is your only option, tell the Judge of Elections you’d like to fill out a provisional ballot. These ballots will be reviewed by the Board of Elections within a week of Election Day. Provided the Board of Elections did not receive a Mail Ballot from you and there are no other issues prohibiting you from voting, your vote will count.
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