Permanent Mail-in Voter Mailing
Did you receive a mailing from Bucks County about being a permanent mail-in voter? Read below for more information.
What is this mailing?
You received information about voting by mail in the 2022 elections. If you want to vote by mail in all 2022 elections complete the form online at vote.pa.gov/ApplyMailBallot or fill out the form that we sent to you and return it via the mail using the envelope provided by the County. Don’t forget to place a stamp on the envelope!
If you do not want to vote by mail in the 2022 elections simply ignore the mailing you received and vote in person at your assigned polling place. You can also choose to be removed from the mailing list by checking the box on the instruction sheet (not on the actual application) which indicates you no longer wish to receive these mailings. You can use the provided envelope to return that form to the Board of Elections.
Why did I get this mailing?
State law requires that the County Board of Elections send a mail-in ballot application at the beginning of each year to anyone who previously filled out a vote-by-mail application and checked the box indicating that they would like to keep receiving annual applications, regardless of if they voted by mail in the previous election.
For more information visit Vote.Pa.gov/AnnualList.
Will voting by mail in 2022 be different than it was in 2021?
Bucks County is committed to making the voting process safe, secure and convenient. That will never change. Voters who choose to vote by mail can use the United States Postal Service or one of the many ballot drop boxes which will be available throughout the county, as they were in the November 2021 election. All the details about drop box locations, hours of operation and other important information about our election process will be updated throughout the year on the Board of Elections page of the Bucks County website