Like the rest of 2020, this year’s election will be unlike any other in history. The November 3 election is just around the corner, and we need your help.
Since the last election, a lot of new rules and information have been released. We’ve compiled an election voting guide to help voters stay informed, make a plan to vote, and practice their civic duty.
HOW TO COMPLETE YOUR BALLOT
When you receive your mail ballot, it will arrive with both a smaller secrecy envelope and a larger return envelope. Every mail ballot must be filled out correctly and sent back to your local county elections office in these two envelopes.
Please follow these easy steps — if they are not followed, your ballot will NOT be counted:
- Fill out your ballot with a blue or black pen.
- Seal your ballot in the secrecy envelope. You must use the secrecy envelope in order for your ballot to count.
- Put the secrecy envelope containing the ballot into the larger return envelope. The return envelope has the address of your county elections office on one side.
- Complete and sign the voter declaration on the back of the return envelope in order for your ballot to count.
- Return your ballot — by mail, in person at your county elections office, or other official drop-off location.
Local Election Resources
- Chester County Democrats
- County Resources: Website, Facebook, and Twitter.
- Chester County Young Democrats
- League of Women Voters
Can I volunteer to help?
Yes! There are plenty of ways to volunteer for this year’s election: call, text, or send postcards to voters, distribute lawn signs or literature, make a donation, volunteer with local campaigns or your ward/district/zone, or register friends to vote.
Your Vote is Your Voice. Stay Informed, Make a Plan, and Vote Blue from bottom to top on the ballot on November 3. Make sure you are heard on Election Day and every day by voting.