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PA Primary voters can vote by mail-in ballot or in-person in all counties on June 2

Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar reminds voters that they have their choice of voting by mail-in ballot or going to their polling place on June 2, primary election day. While in person voting will be available for counties in the red phase of reopening, the Wolf administration is encouraging all voters to apply for a mail-in ballot at

“For the first time, Pennsylvanians have the option of voting by convenient and secure mail-in ballot without having to provide an excuse, thanks to the bipartisan Act 77 of 2019 signed into law by Gov. Wolf last fall,” Boockvar said. “But all counties, including those still in the COVID-19 pandemic red phase on June 2, will have polling places open for voters who prefer to vote in-person.”

The deadline to apply for a mail-in ballot is May 26. Visit to apply or call 1-877-VOTESPA (1-877-868-3772) to receive an application in the mail.

The Department of State and counties are preparing to exercise every precaution to provide safe polling places for in-person voters and Pennsylvania’s dedicated poll workers.

The voter registration deadline for the June 2 primary is May 18. To register, visit

For information on voting in Pennsylvania, visit the Department of State's website