Check your vote by mail status. Just because you were enrolled for VBM (vote by mail) in a previous year does not mean it rolled over - the board of elections would have sent you a post card asking you to opt in again.
Contact 570-389-5640 to update your status, or use the links below to handle it online!
You must be registered to vote before you apply for a mail-in ballot.
Click below to check your voter registration status.
Please keep your voter registration up-to-date with your current address, so you are ready when Democracy needs you!
If you have more detailed questions about vote by mail, here is a comprehensive resource, including FAQ on PA's VBM.
Look up your polling place here: https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/pages/pollingplaceinfo.aspx
Voters DO NOT need to show identification at a polling place they have used to vote previously.
Poll workers will request ID from a person the FIRST time the person votes at THAT SPECIFIC polling location.
In this case voters need either photo identification OR a non-photo identification that contains the voter’s name and address.
Examples of approved identification are below.
Driver’s license or PennDOT ID card
ID issued by Pennsylvania
ID issued by the United States of America
United States of America Passport
United States of America Armed Forces ID
Student or employee’s card
Voter registration card issued by a PA County
Non-photo ID issued by Pennsylvania
Non-photo ID issued by the United States of America
Current utility bill
The new address is North Mountain Fire Company, 991 Elk Grove Rd, Benton.
Sugarloaf residents who previously voted at the Memorial Building, 88 School House Road, should now vote at North Mountain Fire Company.
The new address is Aristes Firehall, 350 Columbia Ave, Aristes, PA 17920. (Ashland)
Centralia residents who previously voted at Centralia Fire Station, 500 Columbia Ave, Aristes, should now vote at Aristes Fire Company.
Polling places will be open for the November 2, 2021 Election.
As provided above, use the address you registered to vote to look your polling place up at PA Voter Services.
The Columbia County Board of Elections can be reached at the County Courthouse by phone 570-389-5640.
Precint-by-precint detail is provided below for your convenience.