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By going to the polling station in town
Call the Voter Registration Office at 717-261-3886 or you may also check your Voter Registration Status online.
If you are voting in an election district for the first time, you will need an approved form of identification, either photo or non-photo.
All voters will receive an official paper ballot. After marking their ballot with an ink pen in the voting booth, they will place their ballot into a Precinct Counter to be counted.
Campaigning and/or campaign signs are not allowed within ten (10) feet from any entrance to any voting location on election day.
You must call the Franklin County Election Board in January of each year to see if the office you are interested in is up for election. Judicial, County, Township, Borough and School District offices are always in odd numbered years. Federal, State and party offices are in even numbered years.
From 7:00 a.m. continuously to 8:00 p.m.
Your vote is VERY IMPORTANT. There have been candidates in Franklin County that have won the election by one or two votes.
If you registered with "Motor Voter" and have not received an ID card from the Franklin County Voter Registration office with your polling place printed on it, you should call to find out if your registration form has been received.
You may go to your old polling place for one more election where your registration may still be active. You should complete a change of address form while you are at the polling place so that your registration can be changed for future elections.