Mail-In-Ballot Information

How to vote by Mail-In-ballot

If you are not an absentee voter, you may now apply for a Mail-In-Ballot.  You may simply request the ballot without a reason.  You can call the Union County Election Office at (570) 524-8681 and request a Mail-In-Ballot application or you can click HERE to download an electronic copy.

Send your completed application form to:
Election Office
Union County Government Center
155 N. 15th Street
Lewisburg, PA  17837

  • Please note that completed absentee or mail-in-ballots must be received by the Elections Office on or before 8:00 p.m., election day.  Voters who have mailed or hand delivered their absentee and/or mail-in-ballot to the Election Office, will no longer be permitted to visit their polling locations and vote in person.

 

Absentee military and overseas civilian electors

Military or overseas civilian electors may file an Official Military/Overseas application form FPCA (form 76) or any other official absentee ballot application form to request an absentee ballot. For an electronic copy of the military/overseas ballot application, click HERE. Send, fax (570-524-8627) or email to [email protected] the completed and signed form.

Department of Elections and Voter Registration
Union County Government Center
155 N. 15th Street
Lewisburg, PA 17837

- Please note that completed absentee ballots must be postmarked on or before 11:59 pm the day preceding the election and received by the Elections Office no later than seven days following the election date.