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Mail Voting

Here are all the options, deadlines, and rules you need to know to cast a ballot.

Bipartisan bills passed this session will give voters more time and opportunities to fix mistakes when they request and return ballots by mail.

The ACLU is suing Delaware County, arguing that the Board of Elections misread the law and disenfranchised eligible voters in the May primary.

Want to vote early? Get a mail ballot? Use a drop box? Here’s how.

Columbia County’s two-person election office could never do it alone. Here’s what happens when the county’s bipartisan, collaborative leadership calls for “all hands on deck.”

¿Quieres votar temprano? ¿Llenar una papeleta para enviar por correo? ¿Depositar tu voto en un buzón de entrega? Aquí te decimos cómo.

The Commonwealth Court dismissed a case brought by the Republican National Committee, arguing that counties allowing voters to fix errors on their ballot had violated state law.

The counties make their own policies on drop boxes, fixing mail ballots, and more. Our maps show the uneven landscape that gives Pennsylvanians additional voting options based on where they live.

Much of Hamadeh’s election challenge advances to trial while courts swiftly dismiss nearly all of Lake’s and Finchem’s claims.

An analysis of ballots at risk of rejection for lacking or having an incorrect date shows they are more likely to come from non-white communities, among other disparities.

Here’s why some counties tally votes in hours while others take days to tackle a similar number.

Meanwhile, Chester County faces long night of nonstop counting now required by law.

Undated mail ballots, Philadelphia counting process could underlie objections and court challenges in the weeks after Election Day.

Why smaller municipalities won’t take advantage of the extra two days the legislature provided. 

Bring us your questions about voting in Arizona, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Texas

Voters in Michigan can register at a clerk’s office all the way through Election Day. Mailed ballots must be received by clerks by 8 p.m. on Election Day to be counted.

While there are still pending legal challenges, casting a ballot by mail is a legal option available in Pennsylvania. Here’s how to do it.

The last day to apply to vote by mail is Oct. 28. Early voting runs from Oct. 24 to Nov. 4.