Party Selection

Party Selection
Primary Elections in Pennsylvania are designated for certified parties within the Commonwealth.

The two parties usually certified by the Department of State are the Democratic and Republican Parties.

Only registered Democrats or registered Republicans are eligible to vote during a Primary Election.

The only stipulation to this law is if there is a referendum included on the ballot. During this process all registered voters may vote-Democrats and Republicans will vote a full ballot. Anyone registered in any other party will qualify to vote on the referendum only.

DEMOCRATIC CHAIRPERSON
OF McKEAN COUNTY
REPUBLICAN CHAIRPERSON
OF McKEAN COUNTY
Jeffrey Carson
53 Calvin Court
Bradford PA  16701  
 
Stacy Sorokes Wallace
5 Vista Circle
Bradford PA  16701
 
ABSENTEE BALLOT PROCEDURES:

An absentee ballot application must be submitted prior to each election.

You may obtain your absentee ballot application by calling the above number and your application will be mailed to you, or you may obtain your application by coming directly to the courthouse.

The application must be completed and returned to your county board of elections and as soon as ballots are prepared your actual ballot will be mailed to you.

ACCEPTABLE FORMS OF ID AT THE POLLS:

Valid Photo Identification
  • PA Driver's License ID issues by PennDot
  • ID issued by any other Commonwealth agency
  • ID issued by the US Government
  • US Passport
  • US Armed Forces ID
  • Student ID
  • Employee ID

Valid Non-Photo Identification (Must Include Name and Address)
  • Voter's Identification Card issued by Voter Registration
  • Non-Photo ID issued by the Commonwealth
  • Non-Photo ID issued by the US Government
  • Firearm Permit
  • Current Utility Bill
  • Current Bank Statement
  • Current Paycheck
  • Government Check