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Voting & Polling Places

Montgomery County Office of Voter Services has announced the polling locations for the 2020 General Election scheduled to take place on Tuesday, November 3, 2020.

Residents should note that where you voted in previous years or for the 2020 Primary Election may not necessarily be where you need to go in order to vote in the General Election. Please click the button below to enter your address into the State Database to find your polling place for this November's General Election. Residents may also visit the Montgomery County Voter Services website using the buttons below to register to vote (deadline Oct. 19), request an absentee/mail-in ballot, and/or find the nearest ballot drop box location. 

  Find Your Polling Place        Register to Vote      Ballot Drop Box Locations       County Voter Services      

A PDF listing of all polling places in Montgomery County can also be found HERE (PDF).

Interactive Polling Place Map

Springfield Township residents can also utilize the interactive map linked below in order to find out (1) what ward you live in, and (2) where you should go to vote on November 3, 2020.

Please note that this map reflects the polling locations for the 2020 General Election on Tuesday, November 3, 2020 as approved by the Montgomery County Election Board in late September, 2020. The polling places for Ward 2-3 and Ward 3-2, (New) Erdenheim Elementary and Springfield Township High School, were approved by  the County in early October, 2020. 

Important Dates to Consider and Resources:

October 19th: Last day to change voter registration. You can change voter registration online or print and mail the document to Montgomery County.

October 27th: For those choosing to vote by mail, this is the last day to apply for a mail-in ballot. Officials are urging voters to apply immediately to ensure adequate turnaround. Voters can also check the status of their mail-in ballot online by visiting The ballot status will update when the Election Board has received it.

Request a mail-in ballot here

November 3rd: Election Day. Polls will be open until 8 pm on this day. If you are using a secure drop-off box or bringing your completed ballot to a Voter Services Office, you must do so by 8 p.m. on November 3.

November 6th: If you are using the USPS to mail your ballot, it must be completed and postmarked by November 3 and received in Voter Services by 5 p.m. on November 6.

 *Dates are subject to change. Please visit for the most up to date information on the 2020 General Election.