COVID-19 Voting Information


As things change to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, make sure you have the latest voting information. Dates and deadlines are changing rapidly, so be sure to check with your state elections authority for the most up-to-date information.


For more information on voting policies, get PA COVID-19 information here.


For more information on COVID-19, visit the CDC website.


Criminal Status & Voting

Even if you have been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor, or are in pretrial detention, you may be able to vote.


You can register and vote if you:

  • Are a pretrial detainee, confined in a penal institution awaiting trial on charges of a felony or a misdemeanor

  • Were ever convicted of a misdemeanor

  • Got released or will get released by the date of the next election from a correctional facility or halfway house. This must be upon completion of the term of incarceration for conviction of a misdemeanor or a felony

  • Are on probation or released on parole. This includes parolees who are living in a halfway house.

Know your rights

You have rights as a voter protected by both federal and Pennsylvania law.

Click here to learn about your voting rights and the law. 

How to Contact Your Election Officials

Find County Officials. Information about how to contact your county’s election and voter registration officials. Elections are run by the 67 County boards of elections in Pennsylvania.