Provisional Ballot Info and Where to Vote for 2020 Presidential Election in Pa., N.J. and Del.

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- This is undoubtedly both an unusual and critical election, so in an effort to make your vote count, we've put together a voter guide.

A lot of emphasis has been placed on mail-in voting this election season, and more people took advantage of that opportunity than ever before.

However, many people are still planning to vote in-person on November 3. If you are one of them, it's best to double-check your polling location as it may have changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

You may also be wondering what to do if you need to vote by provisional ballot in Pennsylvania.

Here's what you need to know:

What time do polls open and close?

Pennsylvania: Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

New Jersey: Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

*You can vote in person by returning your completed vote-by-mail ballot to your designated polling location or casting a provisional ballot

Delaware: Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.




If you changed your mind about voting by mail in Pennsylvania, or there was a problem with your mail-in vote, you can go to a polling place to cast a ballot.

Your mail-in ballot will be voided so you can vote on the machine in-person. If you don't take your mail-in ballot with you, you can still vote at the polls but with a provisional ballot, essentially a paper ballot.

If you are a registered voter but your eligibility to vote at your polling place is uncertain, you have the right to vote with a provisional ballot.

LINK: More info about provisional ballots in Pennsylvania

New Jersey:

The election in New Jersey is being conducted mostly by mail. While you can still vote in-person, you can only do so with a provisional ballot.

Voters who have a disability that prevents them from voting on a paper ballot will be provided access to an accessible voting device.

LINK: More info about provisional ballots in New Jersey


Like Pennsylvania, voters in Delaware can cast their votes as normal on Election Day.

However, provisional ballots will be available for any potential issues.

LINK: More info about provisional ballots in Delaware


If you encounter a problem while trying to vote in Pennsylvania, New Jersey or Delaware, you can contact the following hotlines:

Election Task Force hotline: 215-686-9641


New Jersey:

Call the Department of Elections in your county

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