Get yourself registered to vote for the next Pennsylvania election. Here's what you'll need. First you need to be a citizen of the United States prior to your registration application. You also need to be a resident of Pennsylvania and of the voting district that you're applying to. Finally you must be a minimum of 17 years old to register and must be 18 years old prior to the election you wish to vote in.
Once you're registered you're set. You don't need to register again unless you need to change your name, address or party affiliation. Find out more at your local library.
Pennsylvania Public Voting Records
The easiest way to register is to visit your local county elections office. Simply visit the votePA page below to find the office near you. County Elections
Alternately you can register at an PennDOT office or other government agency including.
State offices that provide public assistance and services to persons with disabilities
Armed Forces Recruitment Centers
County Clerk of Orphans' Court offices, including each Marriage License Bureau
Area Agencies on Aging
Centers for Independent Living
County Mental Health and Mental Retardation offices
Student disability services offices of the State System of Higher Education
Offices of Special Education
DA Complementary Paratransit offices
You can also download, print, complete and mail in your voter registration right from here. Use the County Elections list above to find the local office to mail it to. Registration Form
Finally verify that you're registered and ready to vote! Use the PA Department of State tool to check your voter status.
Voter Registration State
Now that you're all set to vote, visit your local polling place on election day. Polling Locations