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Pennsylvanians Urged to Hand-Deliver Mail Ballots 'Immediately'

 

Last updated 10/29/2020 at 12:50pm

Courtesy Commonwealth of Pa.

Voters who requested and received a mail ballot but who have not yet returned it are "strongly encouraged" to immediately hand-deliver their voted ballot to their county election office, according to Pa. election officials.

Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf and Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar reminded Pennsylvanians that Oct. 27 was the deadline to apply for a mail or absentee ballot for the Nov. 3 election.

Voters can still vote in person on Nov. 3 at the voter's assigned polling place.

But voters who requested and received a mail ballot but who have not yet returned it are "strongly encouraged" to immediately hand-deliver their voted ballot to their county election office.

"If you haven't already, voters with mail ballots should immediately hand-deliver your ballot to your county [courthouse] location," Gov. Wolf said. "D...



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