Polls are closed. Here’s where to find election results
Election Day polls have closed in Pennsylvania.
You can still cast your ballot if you were in line at your polling place by 8 p.m. All mail-in and absentee ballots should have been returned to your county elections office by now; it’s too late to drop them in the mail to count toward race totals.
And now, counties work to tabulate final, unofficial results.
The Pennsylvania Department of State will provide up-to-the-minute results from counties online.
Acting Secretary of State Al Schmidt, who will host a press conference detailing the election later tonight, said the resource — which can customize searches by county — will offer “the most comprehensive picture of how Pennsylvanians voted.”
Once again, state officials urge patience while election workers tabulate results, citing existing law prohibiting counties from counting mail-in and absentee ballots before 7 a.m. on Election Day.
“While we know everyone will be eager to know the results, ensuring each vote is accurately and securely counted is the top priority,” Schmidt said.
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