Take part in our virtual poll, but get educated and go vote on 11/3/2020!
Yes! You can complete the PA Ballot Request Application for an absentee or mail-in ballot for the upcoming election.
For information on precautions being taken to keep the election secure, The Bipartisan Policy Center provides highlights of a conversation with state and local election officials in which they discuss how mail-in ballots reduce voter fraud, enforcement of signature verifications, reviews of potentially tampered ballots, and efforts to increase voter confidence in the process.
Mail-in and absentee ballots can be dropped off at the Elections Office, 542 Forbes Avenue, 6th Floor, downtown Pittsburgh. The division is planning to have drop off in the lobby of the building on Election Day. Parking spaces will be marked on Forbes Avenue directly in front of the building for voters to just pull up outside and go into the lobby to drop off their ballot. Please note: Voters may only drop off their own ballots.
Saturday, October 10, 9AM - 5PM
Sunday, October 11, 11AM - 7PM
County office building (Downtown Pittsburgh), North and South Park ice rinks, Community College of Allegheny County’s Homewood campus and the Department of Public Works Garage No. 2 in Carnegie
Saturday, October 17, 9AM - 5PM
Sunday, October 18, 11AM - 7PM
County office building, South Park ice rink, Boyce Park ski lodge, Shop ’n Save in Pittsburgh’s Hill District and CCAC’s South campus in West Mifflin
Saturday, October 24, 9AM - 5PM
Sunday, October 25, 11AM - 7PM
County office building, North Park ice rink, Boyce Park ski lodge, CCAC’s South campus in West Mifflin and CCAC’s main campus in Pittsburgh’s North Side
UofL Research Assistance & Instruction: Informed Voting
The All In Campus Democracy Challenge believes higher education should play a role in developing an active and informed citizenry by educating students, motivating them to engage in American democracy, and instilling the value of lifelong participation.