First day to apply for a civilian absentee ballot.
Last day to register for the November election.
Last day to apply for a civilian absentee ballot.
Last day for County Board of Elections to receive voted civilian absentee ballots.
ELECTION DAY! Vote at the Patterson Heights Borough Building. Polls will be open from 7am to 8pm.
You need photo identification ONLY if you are new to voting in Patterson Heights (you moved since the last election), or you are a first-time voter. If you insist on showing your ID, the polite poll workers will gladly look at it.
In order to vote by Absentee Ballot, you must be a registered voter, (unless you are a member of the Armed Forces or a hospitalized or bedridden veteran outside your county of residence). You must also either be:
Applications for Absentee Ballots are available at the Beaver County Elections Bureau, Beaver County Courthouse, 810 Third Street, Beaver, PA, 15009. For more information you may call 724-770-4440. Regular office hours are 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
You may also obtain an application from the VotesPA.com Web site. There you may download, print, complete, sign and send the form to:
Bureau of Elections
Beaver County Courthouse
810 Third Street
Beaver, PA 15009
Upon receipt and approval of the completed Absentee Ballot application, the Elections Bureau will then mail the Absentee Ballot as soon as it is printed.
For fastest results, personally visit the Elections Bureau and complete an application. If you are properly registered and ballots have been printed, you may cast your ballot in the Elections Office.
Completed Absentee Ballot applications must be received in the Bureau of Elections Office no later than 5 P.M., on the Tuesday prior to the Primary or Election, October 30.
It is strongly suggested that you secure, complete and return your Absentee Ballot application as soon as possible. This will provide sufficient mailing time for us to receive and process your application, mail your ballot, and allow you to vote and return your ballot by the deadline.
All voted Absentee Ballots must be received in the office of the Elections Bureau no later than 5 P.M., on the Friday prior to the Primary or Election (November 2) in order to be counted.
All voted Absentee Ballots must be sent by mail or express or overnight mail (which includes DHL, FedEx and UPS, for example) or delivered IN PERSON by the absentee ballot voter. Voted absentee ballots returned by any other means will not be accepted or counted by the Bureau of Elections.
Disabled voters may designate another person to assist in obtaining and delivering their absentee ballot. More information and the necessary form(s) or application(s) for this voting option may be obtained on the Pennsylvania Department of State’s Web site.
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Representative to the General Assembly
The Ladies Auxiliary will be supplying the goodies. Check with Fran Levinger if you would like to donate some baked items.