Carbon County Democratic Party

Carbon County, Pennsylvania.  P.O. Box 54, Lehighton, PA 18235  


If your voting or mailing address needs to be changed, and you still live in Carbon County, PA, you can do so on-line by following the directions below. (If you recently moved into  Carbon county you will need to re-register. If you’ve moved out of the county, you will need to register in your new county.)

1) On-line, select

2) Identify yourself by completing sections 1 (Your name) and 2 (Eligibility).

3) In section 3, select “Change of Address”.

4) In section 4, enter your birthdate and sex. “Phone” and “Email address” are optional but are

very useful if we or the election office need to get in touch with you to cure your ballot.

5) In section 5, enter your street address. (This is also known as the Voter Address. This address

must be in Carbon County, PA to be eligible to vote here.)

6) In section 6, enter your mailing address, if it differs from your street address. For example, if

there is no USPS delivery to your street address and you use a post office box, enter it here.

7) To further identify yourself, either your PA driver's license or PennDOT ID card number. If you do not have a PA driver's license or PennDOT ID card or a Social Security number, check the box indicated.

8) In this section you pick the party in which you want to register. We hope you’ll remain a

Democrat. We’re trying to Save the World!

9) In this section you can specify that you need assistance if you’re physically challenged or don’t

speak English very well.

10) In this section you enter any information that has changed. In changing your address, enter your

previous address here. If you’re changing your name, you must also enter your previous name in

this section.

11) In this section you affirm that the information you’ve entered is true. Be sure to read the


12) If anyone helped you with the form enter that information in this section.

13) In this section you can offer to be a poll worker or language interpreter on election day

14) In this selection you can request that you continue to receive a mail-in ballot if you have

previously requested them.

15) If you want to receive a mail-in ballot you can request it in section 15. That makes it easy to vote

if you have trouble traveling or want to avoid inclement weather. Or if you want to avoid lines

on election day. Or because it upsets Republicans.

16) Check that you’re not a robot and press continue.

Potluck & Postcards

The 4th Wednesday of June, July, and August - join us for a potluck meal and postcard writing at Wine & More on 1st, 165 South 1st St, Lehighton, PA 18235.  Our first event brought out over 35 people and resulted in over 1200 postcards done in under 2 hours.   A lot of good food, great conversations, and a lot of fun was had by all.  We hope to repeat this event from June until GOTV begins in September.

04.23.24.Election Dates


Last Day to Register before the Election.

If you have any questions, call 1.877.VOTESPA (1.877.868.3772).  If you are registered to vote in PA, you do not need to register again.

Also check

04/16/24 @ 5:00 pm

Last Day to Request Mail-in Ballot.

Any Qualified voter may apply for a mail-in ballot.  You may request this ballot without a reason.  

04/23/24 @ 8:00 pm

Voted Ballots must be received by the County Election Office no later than 8:00 pm on 04/23/2024. 

That doesn't mean postmarked by 04/23/24.  That means IN the County Elections Office.  Don't wait until the morning of 04/23/24 to put your voted ballot in the mailbox.  To be sure your voted ballot is counted, put it in the mailbox right away so there's time for it to be received before 04/23/24, or take it into the County Elections Office or your Polling location that day.

Duties of a Committee Person 

To qualify as a committee person you must

General responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

• Attend a minimum of 1 meeting every 3 months of your local Democratic Club. 

• Assisting with voter registration drives in your neighborhood.

• Circulating nomination petitions for your party’s candidates.

• Giving voters information about an upcoming election so they know where to vote and who is on the ballot.

• Distributing absentee and mail-in ballot applications before an election.

• Getting out the vote. By using lists of registered voters in your precinct, you can help ensure turnout.

• Handing out campaign literature at your polling place.

• Coordinating rides to the polls for voters who are unable to walk or drive themselves.

• Reporting improper behavior or point out weaknesses in the security of the election process to the appropriate authorities.

Contact your local Democratic Club via their Facebook Page to be put in touch with a committee person who can get you a candidate petition from the Board of Elections and list of all the registered Democratic voters in your precinct, as well as a committee person/precinct representative handbook via email. 

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