Voter Services Office Locations
Montgomery County Voter Services is available Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM until 4:30 PM. Our office is located inside One Montgomery Plaza located at 425 Swede St in Norristown, PA. We are on the 6th floor.
The following services are available:
Register to Vote
Residents can register to vote.
Apply to Vote by Mail
Residents can complete an application to vote by mail.
Click here to check your application status. Even if you applied for mail-in ballot annual status in 2023, you need to reapply to receive a ballot for the upcoming 2024 Primary and General Elections.
If you have an illness or disability that prevents you from coming to our office, you can designate another person (agent) to pick up your ballot. You will need to complete the application and a Certification of Designated Agent form. The agent will bring your completed application & the Certification of Designated Agent form to the office and a member of our staff will process the application and release the ballot, yellow secrecy envelope, white return envelope, and instruction sheet to the agent.
Complete Your Ballot
Residents can also complete an application to vote by mail & complete their mail in ballot in person.
It is critical that you use both the yellow secrecy envelope & the white return envelope. Sign & Date the return envelope.
Pursuant to the Pennsylvania Election Code, voted ballots may only be returned by the individual voter and not by any other individuals, unless the voter has an illness or disability that will prevent them from picking up or dropping off their ballot. In that instance, they can complete the Certification of Designated Agent form to designate another person (agent) to pick up or drop off their ballot. The first page should be signed by the other person (agent) and the second page should be signed by the voter.
The agent may only pick up or drop off ballots for voters who are in the same household. Ballots can only be picked up at an office location with the completed Certification of Designated Agent form. Completed mail-in or absentee ballots can be dropped off by the agent at an office location or secure ballot drop box and must be accompanied by the Certification of Designated Agent form. The form should be kept separately and not enclosed in the ballot return envelope.
A voter who obtained their ballot using a designated agent can also return their ballot by mail. If they choose to return their ballot by mail, they do not need to include a designated agent form.
If you are disabled or unable to return your own ballot, you will need to complete a designated agent form.