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You can find out if you are registered to vote by following the link below. You’ll need to enter your name in the exact way that it appears on your voter registration or the system may not be able to find your record.
Click here to check your voter registration status.
Follow the instructions and, if you’re not already registered, be sure to do so by May 1, 2023 if you intend to vote in the 2023 Primary Election.
Click here to register to vote online.
If you do not have access to the internet or a computer and need assistance, you can call our office at 610-278-3280.
You may apply online or submit a voter registration application form to the Montgomery County Voter Services office, either in person or by mail. Besides the Voter Services Office, forms can be obtained at most public offices - municipal buildings, post offices, liquor stores, etc.
You are assigned a polling location based on where you reside. The polling location is now printed on the voter identification card.
That depends on a couple of factors:
Will you live there for 30 days prior to the election? Will you be able to complete your registration by 10/19?
If you can answer “yes” to both of those questions, then yes – you can register there.
If the answer to either questions is “no”; you can hold off on registering in your new county until after the election and vote at your current polling place one more time.
If you are voting by mail, please ensure that you provide your new address on your mail in ballot application.
You can update your voter registration by clicking here.