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Welcome to the Office of Elections and Voter Registration

The Office of Elections and Voter Registration records and maintains files for all registered voters in Northampton County, files and monitors financial reporting, and administers all facets of the Electoral process as required by laws governed by the State of Pennsylvania and by the Federal Government. It is our mission to provide to all qualified voters a means of voting that will preserve the integrity of the Electoral process.

will begin on Friday, May 18, 2018 beginning at 9 a.m.-4:00 p.m. and will continue until all districts are completed.      

Casti of lots for the candidates that have tied votes from the May 15, 2018 general primary election will be held Friday, June 1, 2018 at 12:00p.m. at 670 Wolf Avenue, Easton.    

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Act 88 Notice

In accordance with Act 88's reporting requirements, Northampton County received a total of 25,587 mail-in and absentee ballots by 8pm on Election Day.  

Voting Machine Information

Instructions For Voting on the ExpressVote XL Machines


Official Statement regarding the ExpressVote XL Voting machines:

'The voting systems used in Northampton, Philadelphia and Cumberland counties were tested rigorously by the Pennsylvania Department of State and the federal government.  They have been used successfully, with their results confirmed in audits, in several Pennsylvania elections.  They are certified for use in the November 2021 election, and voters can and should have confidence in their accuracy.  

In the NEDC case, the Petitioners speculate about hypothetical problems that, they claim, could develop with the machines' operations. It is important to note that the Petitioners and their lawyers have not shown that these problems have ever occurred, or could occur, in real life.  Judge Brobson found that the Petitioners had alleged enough to be permitted to conduct discovery, but that does not mean that they will be able to prove their case.  In fact, similar cases brought in other courts have all failed. The department remains confident in the merits of its defense in this case, which the Court has not yet had the opportunity to review or address.'

Ellen Lyon | Deputy Director
Office of Communications and Press
PA Department of State


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