Vote in Person Outside of Pennsylvania
Voting in person is just like it sounds. When you register, you’re assigned to a SPECIFIC polling location in your region. On election day, go to that polling location during their prescribed hours to cast your vote. Some states (not Pennsylvania) allow people to cast their votes in person prior to election day. Once you’ve decided to vote in person, schedule a specific time to vote (e.g., 2pm) and put that in your calendar. Locate your polling place and map out directions.
Remember: College students have the right to register to vote at the address they consider the place where they live — whether that’s their family's home or the place where they attend school. You may only be registered and vote in one location.
Casting your ballot in person outside of Pennsylvania
Campus Vote Project offers information specially curated for student voters. State student guides break down information by state and include election day essentials with details on things like poll locations, polling hours and ID requirements for election day voting. And, for a deep dive into voter ID requirements, check out Vote.org’s state by state list.
Where ever you decide to vote, if you’re intimidated or challenged when you go to vote in person, or if you have questions or concerns about your voting experience, you can contact Election Protection. Election Protection is a national, nonpartisan coalition that works year-round to ensure that all voters have an equal opportunity to vote and have that vote count. Call the voter protection hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE or visit their website.