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Pa. ballots must be received by Friday at 5 p.m. and postmarked on or before Tuesday in order to be counted.

Ballot count continues in high-turnout election

By Betul Tuncer, For The Pitt News November 4, 2020
County boards of elections in Pennsylvania must receive mail-in ballots from voters by Friday at 5 p.m., and they must be postmarked on or before Tuesday in order to be counted.
Priya Gupta voted for the first time this year but had to track down a missing ballot after it was lost in the mail on the way from New Jersey to Pittsburgh.

First-time voters feel empowered, frustrated leading up to Election Day

By Thea Barrett, Staff Writer October 28, 2020
Priya Gupta is one of the 24 million Gen Z voters who will have the opportunity to vote on Election Day. Some first-time voters at Pitt described their thought process leading up to the election and the issues that sway them the most.
Pennsylvania mail-in ballots must be filled out and received by the county elections office on June 2.

Your guide to the June 2 primary election

By Benjamin Nigrosh, News Editor May 27, 2020
This is the first year Pennsylvania has allowed mail-in ballots for anyone who requested one by the May 26 deadline. Mail-in ballots must be filled out and received by the county elections office by 8 p.m. on June 2.
Voters drop off their presidential primary mail-in ballots at a drop box at King County Elections in Renton, Washington, on March 10.

Opinion | You’ve got mail(-in ballots)

By Devi Ruia, Senior Staff Columnist April 13, 2020
The primary elections in Wisconsin last week were an unnecessary disaster.
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