Voter Services

Everything you need to know about voting in Montgomery County, PA

Montgomery County Voter Services manages voter registration and election administration for residents of Montgomery County, PA. 

The 2022 General Election will take place on Tuesday, November 8, 2022.

Voters have several options to cast their ballot:

  • Vote In Person
  • Vote by Absentee Ballot
  • Vote by Mail-In Ballot

No matter which option you choose, you must be registered to vote by:

Monday, October 24, 2022. 

These offices will be on the ballot:

  • U.S. Senators and U.S. Representatives to Congress
  • Pennsylvania Governor and Lieutenant Governor
  • PA State Senator 
  • PA Congressional Representative

Please choose from the following options to find additional information about voting or running for office in Montgomery County, PA: 

Click Here to Sign Up for the Voting Town Hall

Voting Town Hall
Click here to access more information about registering to vote
Click here to access more information about voting in person
Click here to access more information about voting by mail
Click here to access Sample Ballots
Click here to access our Frequently Asked Questions
Click here to access information about the 2022 Election Cycle.
Click here to find out how to contact us
Click here to access the Poll Worker Portal
Click here to access more information about running for office
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