Department of State urges voters to hand-deliver mail-in ballots immediately
With less than two hours to go before polls close, the Pennsylvania Department of State is urging voters who still have their mail-in ballots to hand deliver them to their county board of elections or official dropbox location immediately.
Mail ballots must be RECEIVED by your county board of elections by 8 p.m. TODAY. Postmarks do not count. Hand deliver your voted ballot to your county board of elections or other designated location NOW: https://t.co/XyY1GFV90I pic.twitter.com/khBD6729a5
— PA Department of State (@PAStateDept) November 8, 2022
Mail-in ballots must be returned to election officials by 8 p.m. Tuesday to be counted. Postmarks do not count.
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