Register to vote
With this form, you can
register to vote in elections
You can also use this form to:
• Change the information on your
Pennsylvania voter registration.
• Register with a political party or
change the party you have selected.
If you are currently registered to vote in
Pennsylvania, you do not have to use this form
unless you have moved or changed your name.
To register you must:
• Be a United States citizen for at least
one month before the next election.
• Be a resident of Pennsylvania and
your election district for at least 30
days before the next election.
• Be at least 18 years of age on the day of the
You can also register to vote
on the web.
Go to register.votesPA.com.
Send or deliver this form
To be registered in the next election, mail or
deliver your application form to your county voter
registration office at least 30 days before the next
Addresses for all Pennsylvania counties are listed
on page 2.
If your registration is accepted, you will receive
a Voter Registration Card from your county by
Your registration is not complete until processed
and accepted by your county voter registration
If you do not receive your Voter Registration
Card within 14 days, contact your county voter
Verifying your identity
When you vote for the first time in your
election district, you must show a form of
For a complete list of acceptable forms of
photo and non-photo identification, visit
www.votesPA.com/ID or call your County
Board of Elections or 1-877-VOTESPA
In the military?
If you are on active duty or you are a hospitalized
or bedridden veteran, you can register at any time.
See www.fvap.gov for more information.
College student in
If you are a college student who attends college
in Pennsylvania, you can register where you live
while attending school.
For more information, see www.votesPA.com.
You may only register and vote in one place.
In prison or convicted
of a felony?
If you meet all other requirements, you may
register and vote if:
• You are in prison awaiting trial but have not
• You are in prison after being convicted of a
• You have been released from prison or a
halfway house after completing your term of
• You are on probation or released on parole.
• You are under house arrest.
You should register at the address where you live,
except that you cannot use a prison or half-way
house address for your registration. See
www.votesPA.com for more information.
Call your County Voter
or call 1-877-VOTESPA
For more information about
voting, visit our website:
Información en español:
Si le interesa obtener este formulario en
español, llame al 1-877-868-3772.
PENALTY FOR FALSIFYING DECLARATION
Warning: If a person signs an official registration application knowing a statement
declared in the application to be false, makes a false registration, or furnishes false
information, the person commits perjury.
Perjury is punishable, upon conviction, by a term of imprisonment not exceeding seven
years, or a fine not exceeding $15,000, or both, at the discretion of the court.
Submitting an application containing false information may also subject a person to other
penalties, including loss of the right of suffrage, under state or federal law.
If you decline to register to vote, the fact that
you declined will remain confidential, and will
be used for voter registration purposes only.
If you register to vote, the office at which you
register will remain confidential and will be
used for voter registration purposes only.
Voter Registration Application