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The Board of Elections: Commissioner Diane M. Ellis-Marseglia, Chair; Commissioner Robert G. Loughery; and Commissioner Charles H. Martin
2014 General Primary Certified Results - May 20, 2014:
Reapportionment – Senator in the General Assembly
Reapportionment - Representative in the General Assembly
2013 Municipal Election Certified Results: November 5, 2013
2013 Municipal Primary Certified Results: May 21, 2013
Past Election Results
The Board of Elections Office:
- Prepares and furnishes all material used at elections
- Receives petitions for placement of candidates on the primary ballot
- Registers new voters
- Maintains voter registration files, including name, address and political party changes
- Processes and mails absentee ballots
- Instructs election officials
- Prepares and delivers all voting machines in 304 voting districts
- Receives the returns of all primaries and elections from each precinct; canvasses, computes and certifies results
- Responds to daily questions and requests over the counter and via telephone.
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Register to Vote!
Where to Register:
At the Registration Office in the Bucks County Courthouse, Doylestown, or pick up a Voter Registration Application at any Post Office, Wine & Spirit Shoppe, Municipal Building or Library, or Download and complete a Voter Registration Application. In addition, the Department of Transportation provides for voter registration with their driver's license application, renewal or change of name or address.
To register, you must:
- Be a citizen of the United States for at least one month before the next election;
- Be a resident of Pennsylvania and of your election district for at least 30 days before the next election; and
- Be eighteen (18) years of age on the day of the next election.
Download a Voter Registration Application
Print out the application and mail it to:
Bucks County Voter Registration
55 E. Court St.
Doylestown, PA 18901
The Voter Registration Application must be downloaded and mailed to the appropriate office. The county must have an original copy in its files. Faxed copies are not permitted by law.
Note: On December 26, 2000, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court ordered the removal of the felony conviction prohibition as a qualification for voter registration. When completing the Voter Registration Mail Application (VRMA), a convicted felon who is released from prison may make application to register to vote by striking through the felony conviction line at Section 9(2) on the VRMA and signing his or her name. (New VRMA forms have eliminated the reference to felony conviction). VRMA forms are available from county voter registration offices as well as state offices that provide public assistance and services to persons with disabilities.
Important New Information for All Absentee Voters - - Absentee Ballot Application
With the exception of absentee voters who have a disability or who are overseas, all Absentee Ballots must be delivered to the County Board of Elections either in person or through the U. S. Postal Service. Absentee Ballots delivered by any other means for absentee voters who do not have a disability will not be accepted or counted by the County Board of Elections. Absentee Ballots and Alternative Ballots delivered for voters who do have a disability may be delivered by a third party who has written authorization from the disabled absentee or alternative ballot voter. Absentee Ballots delivered for an absentee voter who is overseas on Election Day may be made by an overnight delivery service. For more information on Absentee Voting, go to the Voting By Absentee Ballot page of the PA Department of State.
For more information on voting go to VotesPA, a service of the PA Department of State.
Click here for the Help America Vote Act 2002--Bucks County Plan or check out the Pennsylvania State Plan.
Bucks County Board of Elections
55 E. Court St.
Doylestown, PA 18901
Board of Elections - 215-348-6154
Some services are also available at the
Government Services Centers:
Lower Bucks County
7321 New Falls Road
Levittown, PA 19055
Upper Bucks County
Quakertown PA 18951