Erie County Board of Elections in Erie Pennsylvania

Address and phone number for Erie County Board of Elections, a Board Of Elections, at West 6th Street, Erie PA.


Name
Erie County Board of Elections
Address
140 West 6th Street, Erie, Pennsylvania, 16501
Phone
814-451-6276

About the Erie County Board of Elections

The Erie County Board of Elections, located in Erie, PA, is a government office that oversees local elections in Erie. The Board of Elections holds general elections, caucuses, primaries, and special elections, including elections for Erie, Erie County, Pennsylvania state, and federal offices. The Erie Elections Department, also known as the Board of Registrars, manages poll locations, certifies election results, and promotes fair and legal elections.

You may contact the Board of Elections for questions about:
  • Erie election results
  • Registering to vote in Erie, PA
  • Election poll locations
  • Applying for an absentee ballot
  • Voter records
  • Learning about upcoming elections
  • Volunteering on election day
Erie Elections Board Responsibilities
  1. Erie Voter Registration
  2. Election Planning and Preparedness
  3. Election Day Activities in Erie County
Erie Voter Records

In Erie, voter registration information, voter records, and election results are public records. The public can request these voter records through the Erie County Board of Elections. These voter records also include information such as party affiliation and elections in which the voter participated. Contact the Board of Elections for more information on accessing Erie County voter records.

Voter Registration

The Board of Elections oversees voter registration in Erie, including maintaining a list of registered voters and checking the accuracy of voter registration information. While other offices, including the Department of Motor Vehicles, may accept voter registration forms, the Board of Elections processes and verifies these applications to ensure accurate voter registration.

Erie Elections Planning & Polls

The Erie County Board of Elections is charged with planning and carrying out elections. To prepare for elections, the Board of Elections maintains records on Erie County voting districts and establishes polling locations within the district for early voting and in-person voting on election day. The Board of Elections also designs Erie election ballots, checking the accuracy of candidates' names, the wording of referendums, and the clarity of ballot questions. This includes PA absentee or mail-in ballots. In addition, the Board of Elections trains Erie poll workers and volunteers, maintains voting machines, and follows Pennsylvania state regulations and deadlines on voting.

Elections Day Activities in Erie County, Pennsylvania

On Election Day, The Erie Elections Board staffs polling places, provides ballots and voting machines, or picks up drop-off or mail-in ballots. The Board of Elections oversees vote counting and communicates with Pennsylvania state officials on issues or irregularities in voting. When polls close, the Board of Elections tallies the results and reports the outcome to state officials and the public.

Election Information

The Erie Board of Elections provides information about upcoming elections, including candidates that qualify for the election, referendums and initiatives on the ballot, and volunteering opportunities. The Board also provides voter pamphlets and candidate position statements to inform voters.

Contact the Erie County Board of Elections

You may contact the Erie County Board of Elections by calling 814-451-6276, or by addressing inquiries to the office mailing address: Erie County Board of Elections, 140 West 6th Street, Erie, Pennsylvania, 16501.


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