Elections & Voter Registration
The Elections/Voter Registration Office is committed to administering elections and all related activities for the County of Tioga and its political sub-divisions in compliance with the Federal and State statutes. Election and Voter Registration personnel provide guidance and information pertaining to election and voter registration procedures.
The Elections/Voter Registration office provides mandated services and is responsible for registering voters and conducting Federal, State, County and local elections. In addition, we compile and maintain the registration of all voters for use at all elections; prepare and publish notices of elections and lists of offices for which candidates are to be nominated; accept and verify nomination petitions; prepare official and specimen ballots and administer the campaign expenditure act.
The Elections/Voter Registration office is also responsible for establishing voting precincts and locations of polling places for each voting precinct; training of election officers to staff the polls on election day and preparing all election supplies to be used at the polls on election day.
Please choose from the following list below to see more detailed information regarding this department.
Polling Precinct Changes for November 2, 2021
The Erb Building
174 Water Tower Rd.
Lawrenceville, PA 16929
MAY 2021 COUNTY CANDIDATE LISTING
NEW VOTING MACHINE INFO
|Lawrenceville Boro voting will be at the Lawrence township building for this election 1038 Buckwheat Hollow Rd Lawrenceville PA. |
|Register to Vote Online - PA Election Information Click Here|
Voter registration application click here (English)
Absentee / Mail in Applications
Federal Post Card Application Form for: Members of uniformed services, Merchant Marine on active duty or eligible spouses. U.S. citizen outside the U.S. temporarily or U.S. citizen outside the U.S. indefinitely.
Election Ballot Drop Box location is at the Tioga County Court House. Located in the front Lobby in Security. Hours- Mon.- Fri. 8:00am-4:30pm Election Day Hours- 8:00am-8:00pm
You must send your ballot back inside both envelopes (secrecy envelope & outer envelope) complete all the information and sign the outer envelope or your vote will not count.
You can only return your own ballot unless you are a voter with a disability who has designated an agent in writing.
Notice to Absentee and Mail-in Voters: A voter who receives an absentee ballot or mail-in ballot and appears at a polling place to vote in person on Election Day may only vote by provisional ballot. Unless the voter surrenders the official ballot and the official ballot return envelope to the Judge of Elections at the polling place to be spoiled.
Municipal Primary Election Sample Ballots SAMPLE BALLOTS
|Petition Request Form click here|
|For information on Campaign Finance click here|
Important 2021 dates regarding voter registration / election,