If you have moved into Greene County; moved within Greene County; or moved from Greene County, PLEASE LET THE ELECTIONS OFFICE KNOW IN WRITING
OF YOUR NEW ADDRESS. Send to: Greene County Elections Office 93 E. High Street Waynesburg, PA 15370
Office of Elections and Voter Registration
Department of Finance and Administration for Greene County
Contact Persons: Tina Kiger, Director (724-852-5304)
Amie Nehls, Administrative Assistant (724-852-5230)
Greene County Office Building, 1st Floor
93 East High Street, Waynesburg, PA 15370
Phone: 724-852-5304 / Fax: 724-852-5321
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m.4:30 p.m., MondayFriday
The Office of Registration and Elections is accountable for the effective conduct of all elections and voter registration throughout Greene County. The staff must maintain and exercise a broad spectrum of duties in assuring a smooth election process. Responsibilities include the processing and updating of registration records, finding polling places, instructing district boards for each election, preparing ballots, programming and maintenance of election machines and preparation of absentee ballots.
Your vote is your voice as an American citizen. Itís your opportunity to be heard, to hold elected officials accountable for their decisions and to have a say in important issues that affect your community. On Election Day, every vote matters.
Public Election Notices:
April 20, 2016 NOTICE OF 2016 GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION Proposed Constitutional Amendment 1: Amending the mandatory judicial retirement age. Amendment 2: Abolition of the Philadelphia Traffic Court.
Click here for Public Notice, Greene County Elections Office.
January 28, 2016 OFFICIAL NOTICE OF ELECTION for Military and Overseas Voters, County of Greene, 2016 General Primary (April 26, 2016). Click here for Public Notice.
Primary and General Election Returns:
Click any of the following links for election results & information:
Where you will vote (your polling place) is determined by your residential address. You can find your polling place now by entering your county, city, street name and house number; click here and Find Out Now!
For location and directions to your individual polling place, click here for precinct details; and here for a quick precinct lookup.
Hours of all Polling Places: 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Confirm Your Registration: Not sure if you are registered to vote? You can find out by searching Pennsylvania's voter registration database. You also can confirm your registration by contacting your County Board of Elections or by calling 1-877-VOTESPA. You can find the contact information for your county at the County Contacts and Web Sites page.
Once you have registered to vote, you are not required to register again unless you change your residence, name, or political party affiliation.
In Pennsylvania, the deadline to register to vote is 30 days prior to each election. Applications received after that date will be processed for the next primary, special, municipal or general election.
Types of Voting:
In Person Voting is an easy process. As long as you are registered, and bring an acceptable photo ID, you will be able to vote on Election Day. Voting systems vary from county to county, so know what to expect before you arrive at your polling location.
Absentee If you are unable to attend your polling place in person on Election Day, you may be eligible to vote by absentee ballot. To vote by absentee ballot, a voter must apply to the County Board of Elections for an absentee ballot. The County Board of Elections will send a paper absentee ballot to the voter. The voter then completes the ballot and returns it to the County Board of Elections.
Alternative The federal Voting Accessibility for the Elderly and Handicapped Act of 1984 (VAA) (42 U.S.C. ß 1973ee et seq.) generally requires polling places across the United States to be physically accessible to people with disabilities for all federal elections. Where no accessible location is available to serve as a polling place, a county must provide an alternate means of casting a ballot on the day of the election.
Provisional A provisional ballot is used to record a vote when there is some question regarding a voterís eligibility. You have the right to vote by provisional ballot if ...
The Election Board will meet in April and October immediately following the Salary and Retirement Board meeting (Public Notification will be made prior to meetings of the Election Board meetings).
Click here for current board members.
Each voting precinct has its own District Board that operates on Election Day. Duties pertaining to the Board of Elections include:
Distributes and receives nomination petitions
Prepares ballot copy for the printer
Retains polling places
Retains/pays local election board members
Programs and distributes voting machines to voting districts throughout Greene County
Distributes and receives campaign expense statements/reports
Certifies election results
Distributes employee's determination forms for filing statements of financial interests
Distributes and receives statements of financial interest for candidates and public officials/public employees