Election Bureau

DID YOU RECEIVE A LETTER FROM US?

Attention Fayette County Voters!  The Election Bureau is mailing out our annual registration update letters, requesting some voters to verify their address or other listed information with us.  We are also mailing notices to voters who have not voted or contacted us within five years. 

This mailing is done each year to improve the accuracy of our voter registration rolls. The letters are from the Election Bureau and they are NOT scams. If you get one, it is very important that you respond to keep your voter registration up to date. Please follow the instructions in the letter, fill out the requested information, and send it back to our office in the prepaid envelope provided for you.

Please note that not every voter will be getting a letter, only those who have not voted for five years or for whom we need an information update. All voters can check their own registration on the PA Department of State website here.

May 17 Primary Election Results

Election Results can be viewed here or by clicking the Elections results link at the bottom of any page on the county site. Results posted do not include provisional ballots or military ballots.

PUBLIC NOTICES

OUR NEXT SCHEDULED ELECTION IS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2022. 
Mark your calendar!

FIND MY POLLING PLACE


POLLING LOCATION CHANGES FOR MAY 17, 2022 GENERAL PRIMARY

North Union Township, District 3

From: Hopwood Free Methodist Church, 114 Hopwood Coolspring Road, Hopwood, PA 15445

To: North Union Township Municipal Building Meeting Room, 7 South Evans Station Road, Lemont Furnace, PA 15456

Smithfield Borough

From: Smithfield Borough Building, 14 Water Street, Smithfield, PA 15478

To: Smithfield Elementary School, 23 Liberty Street, Smithfield, PA 15478


  1. DEMOCRATIC Sample Ballots
  2. REPUBLICAN Sample Ballots

Fayette County Party Leaders

  1. Fayette County Democratic Party
  2. Fayette County Republican Party
  3. Fayette County Libertarian Party

Fayette County Democratic Party

George Rattay, Chair
1017 Lafayette Street
Uniontown, PA  15401

Phone:  412-554-1917

Mission Statement

The Fayette County Election Bureau conducts the Primary and General Elections and the Voter Registration process.

We administer the voter registration process as prescribed by legislation maintaining the integrity of the election process.  


2022 Primary Election Pollworker Training 
Is Now Closed

If you are interested in serving as a pollworker in future elections, please call Cheryl Karol 
at 724-430-1289 ext. 103

BE A CHAMPION OF DEMOCRACY.  AND GET PAID.
BE A POLLWORKER.

  1. Mail-in or Absentee Ballots

APPLICATIONS FOR ABSENTEE & MAIL-IN BALLOTS ARE NOW CLOSED
FOR THE MAY 17 PRIMARY

If you have a true unforeseeable emergency that comes up and it will prevent you from voting in person on Tuesday, please call our office 724-430-1200 or see this link about Emergency Ballots

The following information is provided for future elections:

Voters have the option to vote by mail-in or absentee ballot rather than going to their polling place on election day.   Click here to complete an online application for a mail-in or absentee ballot.

You must be a registered voter to submit an application. You may check whether you are registered to vote in Pennsylvania using Find Voter Registration Status.   

If you have a disability, you may use this form to Authorize a Designated Agent to Help you Obtain and/or Return your Mail-in or Absentee Ballot

  1.  May 17, 2022 General Primary 
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