Election day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. If you vote in person, you must vote at your assigned polling place. Be sure to get out and vote!
Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. If you are standing in line at a polling location at 8:00 p.m. you have the right to vote.
up your polling location online.
If you’re voting for the first time in a precinct, you do need to show ID. Some acceptable forms include your I-Card, Pennsylvania driver’s license, and your voter registration card.
See a complete list of IDs and information for first-time voters at the Votes PA First-Time Voters page.
If you’re listed as registered, just go and vote. If you’re not listed as registered, but you did complete a voter registration form, call your county board of elections. Find phone numbers at Votes PA. The Indiana County number is 724-465-3852.
Note: If you’re told at the polling place that you’re ineligible to vote, ask the poll workers to look you up in the voter registration database to see if you’re registered at a different polling location. If you’re not registered at a nearby polling
location, ask for a provisional ballot and vote.
In Pennsylvania, you now have two options for mail ballots. You may either choose a mail-in ballot or an absentee ballot to request, complete, and return to your county election office:
Indiana County Court HouseCommissioners Office2nd Floor825 Philadelphia StreetIndiana, PA 15701
Learn more about how to request an absentee or mail-in ballot.
For November 2020, all students living in IUP-owned residence halls will vote at Zink Hall. Pratt Hall will not be used as an active polling location this fall. All voters in the Indiana 3/1 precinct will vote at Zink. This includes all students who live
in Delaney Hall, Pratt Suites, Putt Hall, Northern Suites, Stephenson Hall, Ruddock Suites, and Wallwork Suites.
If you're registered to vote on campus, you should have received a voter registration card at your mailbox at the University Post Office. If you haven’t received your card, check to make sure you’re registered to vote at Votes PA.
Not a Pennsylvania resident
If you are not a resident of Pennsylvanian, you can visit vote.gov to register to vote and learn more about your home state’s election information.
You can find information about:
For more information, you can contact the Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement at 724-357-2598 or by email at email@example.com. You can also contact the Indiana
County election office at 724-465-3805.
If you have a more immediate need or problems at the polls, call the Pennsylvania voter hotline at 1-877-VOTESPA or the national election protection hotline at 1-866-OUR-VOTE.
As a college student, you have a choice about where you register to vote: at home or your college address. You can find more information about the PA voter registration page.
To register as a new voter in Pennsylvania or update information including your address, name, or party affiliation, complete the online Pennsylvania voter registration application by October 19, 2020.
You can register to vote in person on campus at the Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement in Elkin Hall, room 128; or at the Department for Disability Access and Advising in Pratt Hall, room 216.
In Pennsylvania, you can also register to vote at your county voter registration office or any PennDOT photo or driver’s license center.
If you live on campus, you must include the following on your voter registration form:
If you have participated in past elections, but have since moved, check your registration status. This will help you see where you are registered and identify your polling location. If you find you are not registered, see instructions above.