Vote By Mail Update: Monday May 3

Mail Ballots are Arriving!

The Board of Elections has let us know that as of Friday, the vast majority of Mail Ballots have been sent to voters in Bucks County who’ve requested them in 2021.  Ballots should be arriving in your mailbox over the next few days.

For more info about how to complete and return your mail ballot, visit BucksDemocrats.org/Vote-By-Mail

2021 Primary Election Voter Guide

Scroll Down to Learn Everything Bucks County Voters Need to Know About the Election

The Ballot

Know the Races on the Ballot. Learn About the Candidates and View your Democratic Sample Ballot.

What Races are on the Ballot?

Sheriff – Mark Lomax

Mark Lomax is the Endorsed Democratic candidate for Bucks County Sheriff. Mark has the support of the elected Democrats in Bucks County and over 400 Bucks County Democratic Committee People.

Court of Common Pleas Judge – Tiffany Thomas-Smith

Tiffany Thomas Smith is the only Democrat running for Court of Common Pleas Judge. Note: In this race, candidates can cross file so there will be Republicans on the Democratic side of the ticket.

District Attorney
Antonetta Stancu is the Democratic candidate for Bucks County District Attorney

Controller, Prothonotary, Recorder of Deeds
Re-Elect Neale Dougherty, Judi Reiss, and Robin Robinson to these important county-wide offices.

State Judicial Races
There are three state level judicial races on the ballot. Maria McLaughlin, David Spurgeon are endorsed in their races.

Ballot Questions – Vote No, No, Yes

In the 2021 Primary, there are three ballot questions and one referendum on the ballot. Find out more

  • Question 1: PA Legislative Resolution to Extend or Terminate Emergency Declaration Amendment VOTE NO
  • Question 2: Emergency Declarations Amendment (refers to emergency powers of the Governor) VOTE NO
  • Question 3: Equal Rights Regardless of Race or Ethnicity Amendment VOTE YES
  • Referendum: The PA Democratic Party and the Bucks County Democratic Committee are not instructing voters on how to vote on the referendum.

School Board and Magisterial District Judge
In the Primary, School Board and Magisterial District Judge candidates can cross file, which means that Republicans will show up on the Democratic side of the ballot. Many are doing so and intentionally being vague about their party affiliation in an attempt to fool voters into thinking they are Democrats. To find out who your local endorsed Democratic candidates are for School Board, Magisterial District Judge and other contested races, contact your local Democratic organization

Supervisors, Council Persons, Mayors, Tax Collectors and other important races
To find out who your local endorsed Democratic candidates are for these and other important races, contact your local Democratic organization

Learn more about all our candidates

Bucks County Democratic Sample Ballot

This sample ballot only shows County and State candidates. Local candidates will also appear on your ballot.

Contact your local Democratic municipal organization to find out who the Endorsed Democratic Candidates are in your township

Voting By Mail

The Board of Elections has let us know that as of Friday, 4/30/21, the vast majority of Mail Ballots have been sent to voters in Bucks County who’ve requested them in 2021. Ballots should be arriving in your mailbox over the next few days.
Visit our Vote by Mail page to learn more about how to complete and return your mail ballot

Voting On Demand

Now you have 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 and has not returned it yet, can vote On Demand until Election Day. If you don’t want to wait for your ballot to arrive or have misplaced it, this is a great option for you to cast your ballot before Election Day.
  • Anyone who is a registered voter can vote On Demand until one week before the election.

Locations

  • Doylestown: 55 E. Court St, Doylestown | 215-348-6154
  • Levittown: 7321 New Falls Rd, Levittown | 267-580-3500 or, if busy 215-348-6154
  • Quakertown: 261 California Rd, Quakertown | 215-529-7250 or, if busy 215-348-6154

Hours

  • May 3 – May 17: Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm
Bucks County Commissioners Diane Marseglia and Bob Harvie encourage residents to volunteer

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