In order to vote in Pennsylvania, you must register to vote at least thirty (30) days before the primary, general, or special election. There are multiple ways to register to vote or switch party affiliation – online, by postal mail, in-person at a County voter registration office, and at PennDOT Photo License and Driver’s License Centers.


Visit the Pennsylvania Department of State online registration form to submit an application. Upon completion, this application will be sent to the county voter registration office.

Postal Mail

Download and print a voter registration application and mail it to the Butler County Bureau of Elections at the address below:

Butler County Bureau of Elections
P.O. Box 1208
Butler, PA 16003-1208


Visit the Butler County Bureau of Elections in-person at the County Courthouse to complete a voter registration application.

Butler County Bureau of Elections
124 West Diamond Street
Floor LL, County Government Center
Butler, PA 16001
(724) 284-5309

PennDOT Driver License Center

When obtaining or updating your driver’s license or state-issued identification card at any PennDOT license center, the clerk will provide you an opportunity to register to vote, or update your existing registration.

Contact PA Voter Services

Register to Vote

Change My Address or Voting Party

Absentee and Mail In Ballot

Butler County Precinct List

Find Your Polling Place

Am I Registered?