With Election Day less than a week away, and delays persisting at the USPS, voters should drop off their mail-in ballots in person or vote early instead, according to elections experts.
It's no longer safe to assume your ballot will arrive on time if you send it by mail. You can, however, vote in person, but keep in mind there are some things to be aware of.
If you’re planning to vote early, here are some tips to help ensure your wait time passes faster and in a safer manner.
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Election officials across the state say they are doing all they can to make sure Pennsylvania doesn’t end up like Florida two decades ago, when the last drawn-out presidential tally ended before the US Supreme Court.
There are rules around poll watching on Election Day in the United States. It's not a free-for-all.
Nov. 3 is fast approaching, and many voting rules have changed already. To make sure your vote is counted, we break down everything you need to know about voting in person on Election Day.