If you plan to vote by mail in this upcoming election, you have to until Tuesday, Oct. 27 to request a ballot.
Mail-in ballot requests must be received at the Allegheny County Elections Department by 5 p.m. on Oct. 27. You can request a ballot online at votespa.com.
Bridgeville residents who plan to vote in person on Nov. 3 can cast their ballots at the Bridgeville Volunteer Fire Department between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m.
If you already requested a mail-in ballot but now you want to vote in person, you can bring your mail-in ballot—along with the envelope—to your polling place on Election Day and surrender it to the judge of elections. You will then be able to cast your vote via machine.
If you lost your mail-in ballot, you can still go to your polling location on Election Day and fill out a provisional ballot. It won’t be counted until a week or so after the election—so that the county can verify that you didn’t also submit a mail-in ballot—but it will be counted.