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Where to vote in the 2021 election: Polling places in Pennsylvania and New Jersey

Don’t know where to vote? Use this website.

Performers from Delivering Democracy dressed as ballot boxes perform at City Hall in 2020.
Performers from Delivering Democracy dressed as ballot boxes perform at City Hall in 2020.Read moreJESSICA GRIFFIN / Staff Photographer

Voters across Pennsylvania and New Jersey will head to the polls today, and that may have you wondering — where’s my polling place?


You can find out by plugging your address into a website maintained by the Pennsylvania Department of State. Here are the instructions: “The Polling Place Search tool will help you locate a polling place for Election day.

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Begin by typing the county of residence and city in the dropdown menus below. Then enter the street name, the house number, and zip code.

If the polling place is not found, please make sure the information is correct. Click Search again. If the polling place is still not found you may contact the county election office.”

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Still have your mailn ballot? It must be received by your county board of elections by 8 p.m. You can find a list of places to return your mail-in ballot here.

Find contact information for Pennsylvania County Election Officials here.

New Jersey

New Jersey has a similar site run the by the state where you can simply plug in your street address and zip code.

If you still have your mail-in ballot, it must be postmarked by 8 p.m. or returned to a ballot drop box or county election officials by 8 p.m. Find a list of secure ballot drop box locations here or find a list of county election officials here.