The Voter Registration Office is responsible for registering residents of Mifflin County to vote, and maintaining accurate voter registration records, according to Pennsylvania law.
The Elections Office is under the direct supervision of the Mifflin County Board of Elections. The responsibilities of this office include necessary preparation for all elections including: ballots, maintaining individual voting records, election supplies, training for elected Election Officials, and supervision of the official count of votes cast. The Mifflin County Board of Elections certifies the election returns.
Ballot Drop Box
Mifflin County Courthouse Foyer (main entrance)
8:00am - 4:00 pm
**You can only return your own ballot unless you complete the authorized designated agent form**
How to Vote by Mail
(10/5/20) CCAP just announced a new video showing the process voters should follow to properly complete and return their mail-in ballots. To view the video, go to:
To help provide Pennsylvania voters with a timely and factual source of information related to mail-in voting, the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP) has created a short video, What You Need to Know About Voting by Mail in Pennsylvania detailing the process from application to return of the ballot. The video is less than five (5) minutes in length.
While this video is accurate and current as of today, some matters related to mail-in ballots remain the subject of active litigation. Should there be any changes relative to the information in this video, the video link will no longer be active and steps will be taken to provide updated information.
Directions to this office from within the Courthouse
Starting from the main lobby, go right down the hallway. Voter Registration & Elections is the last office on the left.
Register to Vote
Hardcopy Voter Registration Applications are available at the Voter Registration office.
Cancel Voter Registration