How To Request an Absentee Ballot
Not sure if you'll be home to vote on November 6th? Request an absentee ballot.
- Examples of reasons to vote absentee:
- Celebration of a religious holiday
- Military service
- Physical disability or illness
- Travel for work or vacation
Step 1: Print out an absentee ballot request form here.
Make sure you have your driver's license or social security number on you when filling out your form. Students attending college will fill out section A of the form.
Step 2: Mail your completed absentee ballot request form to the Bucks County Board of Elections at 55 East Court St Doylestown, PA 18901. Or, you may deliver the absentee ballot request form to that address in person.
Step 3: A month or so before election day, you will receive your ballot in the mail. Complete your ballot and return it to the Bucks County Board of Elections, giving yourself plenty of time before the deadline.
Step 4: Congrats on completing your absentee ballot!
The last day you can apply for an absentee ballot is Tuesday, October 30.
Your completed ballot must be received by the Bucks County Board of Elections by Friday, November 2.