First time voters
Voters voting for the first time in the precinct will be required to show some form of acceptable photo OR non-photo identification to vote.
What types of identification are acceptable for first time voters?
Acceptable photo IDs are as follows: a valid PA Driver’s License or PA ID card issued by PennDOT; ID issued by any Commonwealth of Pennsylvania agency; US passport; US Armed Forces ID; a student ID; or an employee ID. Acceptable non-photo identification (must include your name and address) are as follows: Voter Identification Card issued by the County; non-photo ID issued by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or the U.S. Government; firearm permit, current bank statement, current utility bill, current paycheck or government check.
All other voters
For the most current information related to Pennsylvania's Voter ID requirements, please visit the Pennsylvania Department of State's Votespa.com website.