PA Primary Registration Deadline
May 18, 2020
PA Primary Election Day
June 2, 2020
COVID-19 Update: For the June 2020 PA Primary, voters have the option to vote by mail-in ballot rather than going to their polling place on election day. Mail-in ballot applications will be accepted through Tuesday, May 26, 2020.
Villanova University’s Mission statement calls for a community of people “who seek to nurture a concern for the common good and who share an enthusiasm for the challenge of responsible and productive citizenship.” The Villanova Student Government Association, the Office of Student Involvement, the Office of Government Relations, along with campus colleagues are excited provide campus coalition to promote voter education, voter registration and voter mobilization.
Where you vote depends on where your dorm is located on campus.
Go to www.votespa.com then click on “check your voter registration status.”
Learning about your ballot is a critical part of active democratic civic engagement. Before you vote, visit Vote411 to learn about who and what will be on your ballot this election.
You can only vote once where are registered. If you are registered in your home state and want to participate in your state’s election, visit your local county website to vote by mail or per your state’s guidelines. If you are registered locally at Villanova, you can vote in Pennsylvania’s election. It is up to you where you want to vote, you just must be registered in that state by the registration deadline.
Yes, you can vote by mail in ballot in Pennsylvania. To request a mail in ballot, please visit www.votespa.com. To fill this form out, you will need a valid PA Driver’s License or your social security number. Once you fill out the form, a ballot will be mailed to your designated address. Fill out the ballot and mail it back. Make sure you follow the instructions on the ballot to fill out your form correctly.
If you arrive at your polling location and your name is not on the electoral roll, your information is listed incorrectly, do not have your ID, never received your absentee ballot, or have any other issues, please ask to speak to the Judge of Elections and fill out a provisional ballot.
A provisional ballot records your vote, while the County Election Office determines whether it can be counted. Within 7 days after the election, the County Election Office will decide whether you were eligible to vote at the election district where you voted the provisional ballot. If you were eligible, they will count your provisional ballot.
If you have any other questions or require additional assistance, please call Laura Wagoner at 484-995-7990.