Because of COVID-19, many people are deciding to complete mail-in ballots instead of in-person polling. You can request a mail-in ballot at VotesPA.com or by calling 1-877-votespa.
Once you’ve received your mail-in ballot, open it up, and check out the materials. Inside, you’ll find:
1. Your ballot
2. An envelope in which to place your ballot, also known as the secrecy envelope
3. A larger mailing envelope in which to place the smaller/secrecy envelope that should hold your ballot. On the outside of the larger envelope, fill out your return address and then sign and date it in the spaces provided.
Does your mail-in ballot envelope include each of those items? Great! If not, contact your county election office. Allegheny County can be reached by visiting www.alleghenycounty.us/elections or calling 412-350-4500.
How to: mail-in ballot video here: https://tinyurl.com/y8xtgd33
You can mail your ballot or drop it off at the Allegheny County
Click to read the full article @New Pittsburgh Courier