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.
What If I Never Received My Ballot?
The Vast Majority of Ballots Have Arrived at Voters’ Homes.
If you applied for a Mail-In Ballot over three days ago but have not received it, you can still vote.
First, call the Board of Elections immediately: 215-348-6154. Press “6” to speak to a staff member and explain the situation. The phone may ring longer than expected as the department is very busy right now.
If you are unable to obtain your Mail-In Ballot, you can still vote at the polls using a provisional ballot. Tell the Judge of Elections at your polling location that you need to fill out a provisional ballot. These ballots will be delivered to the Board of Elections and will be considered and decided on within a week of the election.