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VOTE! Mail in ballot drop boxes

LEHIGH COUNTY
Public Information Office
CONTACT: Laura Grammes
Government Center | 17 South Seventh Street
Allentown, PA 18101 -2401
Phone: 610-782-3002 | Fax: 610 -871-2755
Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
September 24, 2020

Mail-In Ballot Drop Boxes To Be Available In All Lehigh County Districts

Lehigh County residents now have access to five drop boxes for their mail-in ballots.

Drop boxes for mail-in ballots will be available for residents at five select municipal
buildings in Lehigh County. Last Thursday, September 17th, 2020, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania ruled that drop boxes will be allowed for the upcoming 2020 General Election. As a result, the Lehigh County Election Board finalized that five boxes will be available at the following locations. Voters can find them at the following district locations:
District#1
North Whitehall Township
Building
• 3256 Levans Road,
Coplay, PA 18037
• 610-799-3411
• M-F 7:30AM- 4PM
District #2
Upper Macungie Township
Building
• 8330 Schantz Road,
Breinigsville, PA 18031
• 610-395-4892
• M-F 7:30AM- 4PM
District #3
Catasauqua Municipal
Building
• 90 Bridge Street,
Catasauqua, PA
18032
• 610-264-0571
• M-F 8AM- 4PM
District #4
Lehigh County Government
Center
• 17 South 7th Street,
Allentown, PA 18101
• 610 782-3194
• 24/7 Night Drop Box at
Voter Office
District #5
Emmaus Borough Office
• 28 South 4th Street,
Emmaus, PA 18049
• 610-965-9292
• M-F 8AM-3PM

All locations will have drop boxes inside the building and will be available for use during normal
municipal business hour. Ballots can be dropped off at these locations instead of by mail or by handing them to a Voter Registration Office employee. Each drop box location will be monitored via electronic surveillance and by the presence of a municipal poll worker.

PLEASE NOTE: All ballots must be enclosed in the security mailing envelope before being sealed in the mailing envelope. Any ballots that fail to do so will NOT be counted.

Please be advised that current legislation is subject to change. This press release is up to date and
current with federal and state legislation as of September 24th, 2020.
For more information, please contact the Lehigh County Voter Registration Office at 610-782-3194 or Public Information Officer Laura Grammes at 610-782-3002.