Attention registered Republican voters of Lebanon County [Paid Press Release]

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Important Information Regarding Mail-In Ballot Voting in Lebanon County

Background: ACT 77 of 2019 provides voters in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania the ability to vote by mail-in ballot. Voters are NOT required to vote by mail-in ballot but are provided the option to vote by mail under ACT 77.

Regardless of your opinion to mail-in voting, the Lebanon County Republican Committee has received numerous inquiries and questions with respect to ACT 77 and we feel it is our duty to educate the Republicans of Lebanon County of their Voting Rights.

Please review the guidelines below for educational information on your Voting Rights for November.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Am I required to vote by mail-in ballot?
Answer: NO.

All voters may vote in person at their regular polling location if they HAVE NOT completed a mail-in ballot application.

2. Can I still vote in person?
Answer: YES.

If you have not requested an application to vote by mail-in ballot, then you can vote in person at your regular polling location.

3. Can I still vote straight Republican Party for all Republican Candidates on the ballot?
Answer: NO.

ACT 77 has eliminated the ability to vote straight ticket for any political party.

Please note that you must vote for each individual Republican Candidate.

All candidates will be identified as to which political party they represent on the ballot.

4. When is the last day that I can register to vote?
Answer: Monday, October 19, 2020 is the last day to register to vote for the November election.

5. When is the last day to apply for a mail-in ballot application?
Answer: October 27 is the last day to apply.

6. What if I would like to vote by mail-in ballot in November?
Answer: Please click on the link below which will provide you an application form directly from the Lebanon County Voter Registration Office. Follow the instructions on the form and return the application to the Lebanon County Voter Registration Office either by mail or in-person.

Click this link to access the PDF application form

7. Will I receive a mail-in ballot for the November election if I already voted by mail in June?
Answer: YES.

If you applied, received and voted by mail in the June election and indicated on your mail-in ballot application that you would like a mail-in ballot sent to you for the November election then you will receive a ballot to vote by mail.

NOTE in order to receive a ballot for the November election, you are required to have checked the box below on your mail-in ballot application in order to receive another ballot to vote in the November election.

NOTE: If you specifically checked the above box you will receive a ballot for the November election.

NOTE: If you DID NOT check the above box, you will NOT receive a mail-in ballot for the November election and must vote in person unless you request another mail-in ballot application.

8. What if I am not sure if I applied for a mail-in ballot to vote or if I checked the above box?
Answer: Contact the Lebanon County Voter Registration Office at 717-228-4428 or via email at voter@lebcnty.org and they will be able to provide you with your application status.

9. When will I receive my mail-in ballot to vote in November?
Answer: If you checked the box above on your mail-in ballot application or recently completed a mail-in ballot application, you will receive your ballot via United States Postal Service at the end of September or early October.

10. What If I voted by mail in June but would now like to vote in-person in November?
Answer: YOU MUST complete a Request to Cancel Mail-In Status Form.

Please click on the link below which will provide you an application form directly from the Lebanon County Voter Registration Office. Follow the instructions on the form and return it to the Lebanon County Voter Registration Office either by mail or in-person.

NOTE Use Ctrl & Click to open the link below to access the application form.

Click this link to access the PDF mail-in cancellation form.

11. When is the last day I can send my mail-in ballot?
Answer: ALL mail-in ballots must be received by the Lebanon County Voter Registration Office by 8:00 pm, November 3, 2020.

NOTE: You can either mail your ballot to the Lebanon County Voter Registration Office or place it in a secured lock box located at the rear entrance of the Lebanon County Courthouse during regular business hours.

NOTE: The secured lock box is ONLY available at the Lebanon County Courthouse during the business hours of 8:30 am-4:30 pm, Monday thru Friday.

12. What is the phone number and email address for the Lebanon County Voter Registration Office?
Answer: You can contact the Lebanon County Voter Registration Office at 717-228-4428 or via email at voter@lebcnty.org if you have any questions and they will be able to provide you assistance to your inquiries.

The Lebanon County Republican Committee can assist with any questions or concerns you wish to discuss. Please contact the Lebanon GOP office at 717-272-1758 or via email at lebanongop@comcast.net.

Please note that the Lebanon GOP will be sending updates and reminders as we approach November as some of the above items are subject to change by proposed legislative action pending in Harrisburg.

Please visit our Facebook page or website for any additional information.

Respectfully submitted,

Edward W. Lynch Jr.
Chairman
Lebanon County Republican Committee

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