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Act 88: Act 88 Notice: Huntingdon County received 1,083 Absentee and Mail in ballots for the May Municipal Primary.

Elections and Voter Registration

Elections and Voter Registration

Voting in Huntingdon County

Voter Registration Forms

You may register to vote online at vote.pa.gov or use the form below:

Latest Election Information

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Become a Poll Worker

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will not be opening the student poll worker program for applications for the 2022 General Primary.  
 
Huntingdon County needs poll workers! If you are interested in becoming a poll worker, please contact our office.
 
If you are a High School Senior interested in becoming a Student Poll worker, please see the documents below for details about our Student Poll Worker Program.

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Information for Voters with Disabilities

If you are unable to pick up or deliver your ballot in person due to a disability, you may designate an agent to do so on your behalf. For more information and the necessary paperwork, please click here.

Overview of Election Laws

The County administers state and federal election laws at the local level.  The County Commissioners, as the Board of Elections and the Registration Commission, determine matters of policy and delegate the administration of the election process to the Registration Clerk. 

In order to vote in Huntingdon County a voter may register in person at the Commissioners Office in the Bailey Building, by mail, online or at a number of state agencies including the Penn DOT Drivers License Bureau. 

Under the Permanent Registration Law of 1937, and the Federal Motor Voter Law of 1995 once a person registers to vote he is permanently registered unless he fails to comply with Motor Voter guidelines.  A primary election is held in the spring of each year for the nomination of candidates.

There are two types of elections -
  • municipal elections, held in odd numbered years; and
  • general elections, held in even numbered years. 
 
These elections take place on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November.  As of March 2015, the County had 28,832 registered voters.