Voter Office

Lehigh County Government Center
17 South Seventh Street
Allentown, PA 18101-2400
Phone 610-782-3194
Fax 610-770-3845

 Business Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.   Monday through Friday.  

If you have any questions about
Voter Registration,
please call (610) 782-3194

Welcome and thank you for visiting the 
Lehigh County Elections and Voter Registration website.


Voter Registration

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2019 Voting Instructional Video

Election Board Meeting 25JUN20 10AM  Zoom Link  Zoom Invite

Last upload to County webpage 4:04PM 16JUN20  Election Day totals complete.  Write-In count complete.

Click Here for Results with Write-Ins

Tie Vote Write-In Winners

1st Certification of Statewide Office 17JUN20, Final Certification 22JUN20 as per State Requirements.  Casting of Lots for Republican Local Committee tie votes, High-Noon Wednesday, 24JUN20 Public Hearing Room, Government Center.  Candidate letter have been sent.  1st Certification of Republican Local Committee 24JUN20, post Casting of Lots.  Final Certification of Republican Local Committee 29JUN20

2020 General Primary Ballot 24APR20 10:41PM
Casting of the Lots will take place on Wednesday, June 24, 2020 @ Noon in the
Public Hearing Room, Lehigh County Government Center

Coronavirus concerns about voting at the polls?  Please complete a Mail-In Application not an Absentee Application.

Mail-In Ballot Application

Ballot Application

Dropbox (just inside the front door of the Government Center)available for voted ballot M-F 8-4

Who May Vote by Civilian Absentee Ballot? 

  • Absentee ballots are for voters, who are not military or overseas voters, who have a reason for absence, including voters who will not be in their municipality on Election Day due to work or vacation, voters who are celebrating a religious holiday, voters with disabilities, and voters such as college students who also may be away from the municipality on Election Day, if they don’t choose to vote where they go to school. Absentee ballots are also for those who are unable to attend their polling place due to illness or physical disability.

Who May Vote by Mail-In Ballot?

  • If a voter does not qualify as an absentee voter, they are eligible for a mail-in ballot. An excuse is not required for a mail-in ballot. For example, if the voter won't be absent from a municipality on Election Day and would prefer to vote from home, they may request a mail-in ballot.

Poll Watcher Policy 29SEP16

Electronic Campaign Finance Application Deployed and Now Available 07JAN19

General Primary: June 2, 2020 General Election: November 3, 2020

2020 Republican Committee Petition Packet

**Polling Place Changes for the November 5, 2019 Election is as follows: Catasauqua 2nd District: American Legion Post #215 - Banquet Hall, 330 2nd St, Catasauqua

Lehigh County is always looking for Registered Voters to Work the Polls. For poll worker information and an application to apply Please visit the Poll Worker Link on the Left


Voting at Polls

ONLY First Time Voters must show ID at Polls:

 Are at this precinct for the first time?

 If you answered YES, then you will be required to provide one of the following approved forms of Identification.

 Approved forms of photo identification (ID must be valid):
  • PA driver's license or PA State Id card issued by PennDOT
  • ID issued by any other Commonwealth agency 
  • ID issued by the U.S. Government 
  • U.S. Passport 
  • U.S. Armed Forces ID 
  • Student ID 
  • Employee ID 

Approved forms of non-photo identification (ID must include the name and address of the elector):
  • Voter's identification card issued by the voter registration office 
  • Non-photo ID issued by the Commonwealth 
  • Non-photo ID issued by the U.S. Government 
  • Firearm permit 
  • Current bank statement
  • Current paycheck
  • Government check

Absentee Voting

What I need to know about voting by Absentee Ballot due to the Voter ID Law?

  • New identification requirements are in place now.
  • Voters must provide PA drivers license number, last 4 digits of Social Security Number, or a copy of an accepted photo ID when applying for an absentee ballot.
  • Voters may provide identifying number to county over the phone, by email, fax or mail.
  • Identification will be verified by the county board of elections before the voters ballot will be counted.  Voters have 6 days following an election to provide the necessary identification.
  • UOCAVA voters and voters affected by the Voting Accessibility for Elderly and Handicapped Act are exempt.

You can not apply for an absentee ballot or register to vote via email. Applications can be printed from the Voter website under the Absentee Ballot Link above. All Applications must be completed and signed by the applicant before they can be processed.