Vote for Dan Williams for State Representative


Make a PlanTo Vote for Dan

If you have any questions about voting or need a ride to the polls or a drop box, please call Dan Williams’ campaign at 484-378-1848 or email

Register to Vote

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Who can Vote in PA?

Citizens of the United States or PA Residents for at least 30 days prior to the next election of any kind. At least 18 years of age on or before the day of the next election.

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Apply to Vote By Mail or Absentee Ballot

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Mail-In & Absentee Ballots

Any qualified voter may apply for a mail-in ballot, without a reason. Absentee ballots still require you to list a reason for this ballot, such as being out of the district for the day or illness.

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Vote in Person

Find your polling place.

Where is your polling location?

When you arrive at the polling place, you will check in with the poll workers. You only must provide ID the first time you vote at a location. Follow their instructions, as the check-in process may have changed. You cannot be denied a ballot; you must be given a provisional ballot.

Find Your Polling Location

Chester County Voter Services

Chester County Voter Services: 601 Westtown Rd, West Chester, PA 19382

Drop Box Locations

  • Coatesville Public Library: 501 Lincoln Hwy E, Coatesville, PA 19320
  • Downingtown Library: 122 Wallace Ave., Downingtown, PA 19335
  • Honey Brook Library: 687 Compass Rd., Honey Brook, PA 19344
  • Parkesburg Library: 105 West St., Parkesburg, PA 19365

Three Ways 
to Vote for Dan

Vote by Mail

Apply to Vote from Home: Voting by mail is safe, easy and legal. Vote on your own schedule. Apply for your mail in ballot as early as possible. When you apply, check the box that says you wish to become an annual mail voter. This means you will get both your Primary and General Ballot by Mail and Voter Services will remind you to apply next year.

Vote As Soon As Your Ballot Arrives: When your ballot arrives by mail, vote for Dan and the State Democratic candidates.

Use Both the Secrecy and the Outer Envelopes: Follow the instructions with your ballots. After you vote, place and seal your ballot in the secrecy envelope and the outer envelope.

Sign and Date your Outer Envelope with the Date You Vote: Use the date you vote as the date on your outer envelope. Use the signature that your use for Voter Services. Include your middle initial if you normally sign with this for official documents.

Drop Off Your Ballot at a Drop Box Near You: Find the closest drop box location above and drop off your ballot immediately. You must drop off your own ballot. If you are unable to do so because of disability, use an Authorized Designated Agent form (In Spanish). The last day to drop off your ballot is the day of the election.

Go to the Polls: If your ballot does not arrive in time, you can still vote. Go to the polls and you may vote provisionally. Did you get your ballot and decide you want to vote at the polls instead? Keep your ballot and bring it to the polls with you. The poll workers will void your Mail In ballot and allow you to vote. If you lost your Mail-In Ballot, go to the polls, and you will vote provisionally. No matter what, no one should deny you your right to vote. Ballots are carefully checked at Voter Services. If you voted by mail and placed the ballot in a mailbox, but believe it will not make it to Voter Services by Election Day, go to your polling place and vote provisionally. Your votes will only be counted once.

Vote Early

Go to Voter Services or a Satellite Office: If your ballot does not arrive, becomes damaged, or your wish to vote early, go to Chester County Voter Services or a satellite office. To vote early, simply go to Chester County Voter Services or a Satellite office with official ID and ask for your ballot. You will be able to vote on the spot. 

Vote at the Polls

Make a plan to vote. Polls are open from 7AM to 8PM.

We hope you have a good voting experience. Someone from the Dan Williams campaign may be contacting you about your voting experience.

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