Be A Voter

The first and most important way to make a difference in your community is to vote for Democrats in every election

First Things First.

Are you Registered to Vote?

Register to Vote

Moved recently? Never voted before? It only takes a minute to register online and you will be able to vote in every election

Check Your Registration

Unsure if you’re registered? Avoid any unwelcome surprises on election day by making sure you are registered.


New Voting Law

In 2020, Pennsylvania implemented Act 77, a new law that changes the way we can vote in PA. Here are the highlights:

Mail-In Voting

The law creates a new option to request a ballot by mail without needing an excuse, and return that ballot either by mail or in person before Election Day

More Time to Register

The deadline to register to vote has been extended to 15 days before the election. The previous deadline was 30 days. More time to register means more people can participate in elections. 

50 Day Mail-In Voting Period

All voters can request and submit their mail-in or absentee ballot up to 50 days before the election, which is the longest vote-by-mail period in the country.

No More Straight Ticket Voting

Voters will no longer be able to select one box to vote for all members of a party. Studies have suggested this will disproportionately affect Democratic voters so make sure you vote for all the races on the ballot.

Find Out About Vote By Mail

Everything You Need To Know About Voting by Mail

New Voting Machines in Bucks County

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.

2021 Election Dates

OCTOBER 18, 2021

Last day to REGISTER before the November election

OCTOBER 26, 2021

Last day to apply for a Mail-In Ballot. Don’t wait. Apply now as it takes time for the ballot to reach you and for you to return the ballot to the Board of Elections.

NOVEMBER 2, 2021

Last day for County Board of Elections to receive Mail-In Ballots and civilian absentee ballots (must be received by 8 P.M.)

NOVEMBER 2, 2021

GENERAL ELECTION Polls are open from 7 A.M. to 8 P.M. 

Where Do I Vote?

Find out where your polling place is if you decide to vote in-person on Election Day,

Need More Help?

Bucks County Democratic Committee

44 E. Court St.
Doylestown, PA 18901

Bucks County Board of Elections

55 E. Court St. 
Doylestown, PA 18901 

PA Dems Voter Assistance Hotline

1-833-PAVOTES (1-833-728-6837)
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