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Voter & Election Information

Be An Informed Voter

The Spring 2019 Voters Guide Available Here

Click here for the Spring 2019 Voters Guide

The hard copy edition of the 2019 Spring Voters Guide is now available at businesses, libraries, banks, and post offices throughout Union County.

We would like to know what Union County voters think of the League of Women Voters of the Lewisburg Area's nonpartisan voter education resources (the printed Voters Guide and Vote411.org). Please click here to share your thoughts about these resources. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdd7WmbT9_9Nj63NUg3ADL_sAGPRLns6SaewcSWhVrpe6fSRQ/viewform.

Facts for Voters of Union County

Contact information for federal, state, and local Elected Government Officials, Election Calendar, Registration & Voting Information

Click here for 2019 Facts for Voters

Voter Information

Vote411.org

Find the facts about voting in your state at Vote411.org. Before an election,find your polling place.

Important dates for the General Municipal Election on Tues., Nov. 5, 2019: Last day to register, change your party, your address, or your name before the November Election-Oct. 7; Last day to apply for a civilian absentee ballot-Oct. 29;Last day for your County Board of Elections to receive voted civilian absentee ballots-Nov. 1.

Register to Vote

PA Voters-Now you can REGISTER ONLINE to vote (with PennDOT driver's license or non-driver ID). Go to: register to vote website

Other Ways to register to vote

  • If you don't have a PennDOT driver's license or non-driver ID, go online to http://www.register.votespa.com. Print, fill in, sign, and mail a registration form to the Union County Elections Office (155 N. 15th St.,Lewisburg,PA 17837).
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  • Pick up a voter registration form at the Union County Elections Office or at your local post office.

  • For more information or assistance, contact the Union County Elections Office at 570-524-8681.