The League of Women Voters has created a guide to voting with your university address. It will explain if you're eligible to vote from Lewisburg, and how to do it if you are.
To register to vote in another state, please check out bucknell.turbovote.org or Vote.gov or Campus Vote Project.
Important Deadlines for Voting in Pennsylvania
To register to vote in the state of Pennsylvania, you will need to fill out the voter registration form, which you can access by clicking on the register to vote button or by going to the PA Voter Registration Page.
For more information on voting in the state of Pennsylvania, you can check out the PA Voter Services website. They also have a page for first-time voters.
If you are not a U.S. citizen and a resident of Pennsylvania at least 30 days before the next election, you CANNOT register to vote in Pennsylvania.
If you wish to vote by absentee or mail-in ballot, your completed application must be received in the county office by 5:00 PM on 11/01/2022. The deadline to return your voted absentee or mail-in ballot is 8:00 PM on 11/08/2022 (must be received, not just postmarked). You can apply for an absentee ballot using the PA Voter Absentee Ballot Form. You must be a registered voter to submit an application. You may check whether you are registered to vote in Pennsylvania using Find Voter Registration Status.
For other important dates regarding voting in Pennsylvania and the general election, please go to the election calendar on the PA Voter Services page.
The requirements to register to vote in the state of Pennsylvania are as follows:
Are you already registered to vote in the state of Pennsylvania? You can check your status on the PA Voter Services Website.
Are you registered to vote in Pennsylvania but need to change your address? Use the register to vote application.
For more information on voting in Pennsylvania as a college student, check out the Campus Voting Project's Pennsylvania Guide.
This site is meant for gathering information about voting while at Bucknell University. It does not represent the views of the University or the Bertrand Library staff. The resources highlighted are not intended to favor any political affiliation or organization.