HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania is launching the website where voters for the first time can request the newly legalized mail-in ballots ahead of the state's April 28 primary election. Voters can access the application for the mail-in ballots from the PA Secretary of State's website.
Beginning Tuesday, someone applying online must supply a driver's license number or an identification card number from a card issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, as well as their name, address, phone number and email address.
The mail-in ballots, part of an election reform law signed in October by Gov. Tom Wolf, now allow all voters to vote by mail for any reason.