How to Vote For

EUGENE DEPASQUALE

Eugene DePasquale for Congress - Hands crossed cut

How to Vote for Eugene DePasquale

Return Your Mail Ballot

If you requested a mail-in ballot, return your mail-in ballot to the county election office so it is received by your county election office by 8pm on June 2nd.

Vote At the Polls

Polls are Open from 7am - 8pm on Tuesday, June 2nd.

Currently in his second term as PA Auditor General, Eugene DePasquale is an independent watchdog who’s exposed more than $1 billion in wasteful government spending and protected children, seniors, and all taxpayers from fraud and abuse.


In Congress, Eugene will take on the special interests and fight for working Pennsylvanians.


Eugene is proud to be endorsed by trusted leaders and organizations across Pennsylvania, including Governor Tom Wolf.

Vote for Eugene by requesting and returning your mail-in ballot, or vote on Election Day on Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Voting Questions and Answers

Fill in the circle next to Eugene’s name, pop it back in the enclosed prepared envelope, and send it back to the COUNTY ELECTIONS BOARD.

Your ballot must be received by the county elections board by 8:00 pm on election day, June 2nd. 

To avoid delays, you can drop off your ballot in person at your local elections office. Find Your County Elections Office Here.

Many Counties have set up drop boxes, drop-off locations, and other means of returning mail-in and absentee ballots. Click for more information.

DO NOT bring your vote by mail ballot to your polling location – it will not be counted there. It must be mailed back or delivered to the elections board for the county in which you live and be received by the county elections board on or before election day, June 2nd.

Find Your County Elections Office here.

If you’ve applied for an absentee or vote by mail ballot and have not yet received it you have two options:

1) You can wait for the ballot, and cast your vote. It must be received by the county elections board by election day, June 2nd. To avoid delays, we recommend you drop your ballot off in person at your local elections office. Find Your County Elections Office Here.

Many Counties have set up drop boxes, drop-off locations, and other means of returning mail-in and absentee ballots. Click for more information.

2) You can vote provisionally at the polls – If you don’t get the ballot you’ve applied for or get it late and feel that returning your ballot via mail will not get to the county elections board on or before election day (June 2nd) you can go to your polling location and request a provisional ballot.

The county elections board will check to make sure that your previously registered vote by mail or absentee ballot request was not already turned in or counted. If it was not turned in or counted, your provisional ballot cast at the polling location will be counted as your official vote. Check your polling location here.

Please contact the PADems Voter Assistance Hotline at 1-833-PAVOTES (1-833-728-6837).

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