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Finding Information on the 2020 General Election and Candidates

Learn how to register to vote, how to vote, and info on candidates.

Your Rights as a Voter, and More Information

Unfortunately, there are a lot of rumors and misinformation about voting. It's important to know the law, and know your rights.

In Pennsylvania, you have a right to vote as long as you are registered and you are in line by 8:00 p.m. If your name is not listed on the voting roster, you have a right to fill out a "provisional ballot." For more information, see the Votes PA Voting by Provisional Ballot site.

Here are official web sites about voting in Pennsylvania:

Other states have different rules. Here are some sites geared toward college students:

Here are official elections and voter registration sites for nearby states:

For common questions and answers about voting in other states, see the League of Women Voters' Vote411.org site. Also Google the name of your state and the word "voting." Look for web sites with .gov in the URL.