If you are one of the dozens of thousands of Democrats who have chosen to vote by mail in Bucks County, your ballot should be arriving soon in the mail. We strongly advise returning it as soon as possible and no later than May 26. If you are unable to return the ballot by May 26, we recommend delivering it in person to the Board of Elections in Doylestown. Regardless of how you get it there, it must be received at the Board of Elections by 8:00pm on June 2. Postmarks will not count.
The Deadline to deliver your Mail-in Ballot to the Board of Elections is June 2 at 8:00pm. If your ballot is not received at the Board of Elections by that time, your vote will not count. As of May 26, we are recommending that if you haven’t mailed your ballot yet, you hand-deliver your completed ballot to the Board of Elections or to one of the new ballot drop boxes in order to make sure your vote counts.
The Lower Bucks Government Services Center,
7321 New Falls Road, Levittown
The Bucks County Administration Building,
55 E. Court St., Doylestown
The Upper Bucks Government Services Center,
261 California Road, Quakertown
Watch this video, by Kay Yu, the Voter Protection Director of the PA Democrats, to understand how to correctly fill out and return your Mail-In Ballot.
Note: There are two envelopes: The secrecy envelope goes inside the return envelope. The voter declaration on the back of the Return Envelope must be signed in order for your vote to count.
*You must provide your own postage to return the ballot by mail
*Return both envelopes that come with the ballot: the secrecy envelope and the return envelope
*Don’t forget to sign the “voter declaration” on the return envelope. If the declaration isn’t signed, the ballot will not count
*Do not make ANY markings on the secrecy envelope or the ballot may not count
*Use the same color pen to mark the whole ballot
*Do not erase or cross out a mistake. Instead, you should request a new ballot by calling the Board of Elections.
President of the United States
Joe Biden is the presumptive nominee for President. The other candidates have suspended their campaigns and endorsed Joe. Learn more about Joe
Attorney General (PA)
Josh Shapiro was elected to Attorney General in 2016 and is running for his second term. Learn more about Josh
Auditor General (PA)
There are six Democratic candidates for Auditor General. The Bucks County Democratic Committee voted not to endorse for this race. Learn more about the candidates by clicking their names at the bottom of our candidates page
State Treasurer (PA)
Joe Torsella was elected State Treasurer in 2016 and is running for his second term. Learn more about Joe
Representative in Congress
Christina Finello is the official, endorsed candidate by the Bucks County Democratic Committee. Learn more about Christina
Representative in the General Assembly
Commonly referred to as State Representative, there are ten districts in PA. None of the Democratic candidates have Primary challengers. Visit our candidates page to find your district and learn more about your candidate
Delegates to the Democratic National Convention (not shown)
Delegates to the DNC are awarded proportionally based on the vote percentage that the presidential candidate they are pledged to, receives. Any presidential candidate who receives less than 15% of the vote is not awarded any delegates. Learn more about how delegates to the DNC are selected in PA
Due to COVID concerns, several polling locations in Bucks County have been consolidated or closed for this Primary. Postcards will be sent to any households that have new polling places.
Here is a list of the affected precincts that have moved for this Primary and their new polling locations:
Buckingham Township Lower #2 – Central Bucks High School East
Falls Township 3-2 – Pennsbury High School East
Springfield Township West – Springtown Fire Company
Warminster Township #14 – William Tennent High School
Warrington Township #3 – Titus Elementary School
Warrington Township #4 – Titus Elementary School
Starting in 2020, if you choose to vote at the polls, Bucks County will be using new voting machines called ClearCast Scanner. These machines use a touch screen and a scanner to scan a ballot which you’ve filled out. Unlike the old system, the ClearCast scanner stores a paper backup in the event that an audit is required.
Here is the contact info for organizations that can provide additional help. Visit our Be-A-Voter page to find out more information about voting by mail and to see a video demonstrating the new voting machines Bucks County will be using at all polls starting on June 2