You can register to vote ONLINE or by MAIL (click one of the blue links).

DEADLINE ALERT: 10/24/2022 is the last day for NEW registrations, or to make CHANGES to your current registration, before the 11/08/2022 General Election. Your registration must be updated if you change your name, or if you move to a new address, even if within the same precinct. For more information, visit the Bureau of Elections website: Voter Registration | Cumberland County, PA - Official Website (

Absentee & Mail In Voting

You have the option to APPLY for an Annual/Permanent Absentee OR Mail-In* ballot, in lieu of in-person voting.

*Please note: Permanent or Annual means that you are signed up to receive an application (not a ballot) on a permanent/annual basis. If you signed up to be an annual mail-in voter, or if you signed up to be a permanent absentee voter, you will receive an application at the beginning of each year. This ONE application will serve as a ballot request for both the primary and election of that calendar year. If you do not receive an application in the mail, you are not on record as a permanent/annual voter. You can visit the Bureau of Elections website: to apply for a mail-in or absentee ballot.

DEADLINE ALERT: 11/01/2022 is the last day to APPLY for a mail-in or absentee ballot for the 11/08/2022 General Election. Applications must be RECEIVED at the Bureau of Elections by 5pm on 11/01/2022.

Polling Places

Find your in-person POLLING PLACE. If you still can't find your polling place, use this ONLINE TOOL.

If you are voting in person for the first time in a Cumberland County precinct, bring a valid Pennsylvania ID with you on Election Day.

Polls open at 7am and close at 8pm. If you are waiting in line at 8pm, you will be allowed in to cast your vote.


The relocation of your polling place FROM the Cooke Twp. Maintenance Bldg. TO the Penn Twp. Volunteer Fire Co. (1750 Pine Road) has been made permanent.