Election Day is November 7, 2023

Langhorne Manor Borough residents who registered to vote in the 2023 general election can cast their ballot in person on election day: Tuesday, November 7, 2023 from 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM at Langhorne Manor Borough Hall located at 618 Hulmeville Ave, Langhorne, PA. For a complete list of all Bucks County polling or dropbox locations, please visit Bucks County Elections. Please note that if this is your first time voting, you need to bring proof of identification.

Langhorne Manor Borough

Langhorne Manor Borough is a best kept secret and the safest and best place to live in Bucks County.  Our borough has always been led by and continues to thrive under Republican leadership.  There is a reason people are attracted to and choose to call Langhorne Manor home.  We wish to preserve the Langhorne Manor legacy of friendship and community and all that makes the Manor a wonderful place to live. 

Election Day only is no more – it is now what we call, “Voting Season”.  Click on the links below to learn the many ways to avoid lines, Vote before Election Day, track your vote online to be sure your vote is counted and sign up with the state to receive election updates and deadlines.  You can still vote on Election Day at the Langhorne Borough Municipal Building located at 618 Hulmeville Avenue on Tuesday, November 7th.  Polls open at 7AM and close at 8PM sharp!

Learn the many ways to Vote before Election Day

Track your ballot online to be sure your vote is counted at your Bucks County polling or dropbox location. Read below to lean all the ways you can vote in a Langhorne Manor Borough election before or on Election Day. Please note that all ballots must be physically received by the general election deadline: 8 PM November 7, 2023. Postmarks do NOT count so sign up for Pennsylvania Department of State election text &/or email updates so you never miss a deadline to vote.

If you miss the mail-in or absentee application deadline, you can apply for an Emergency Absentee Ballot that can be submitted in person at Langhorne Manor Borough Hall by 8pm on Election Day. If you are unable to come in person to submit an emergency absentee ballot application, you can simultaneously also apply to Authorize a Representative to Pick up and/or Return Emergency Absentee Ballot for you.

Changing Your Voting Method on Election Day: If you apply for a mail-in or absentee ballot and later decide to vote in person on election day instead, you must surrender your ballot AND the pre-addressed outer return envelope to the polling place (Langhorne Manor Borough Hall). You must also sign a declaration before you can receive a regular ballot. If you do not surrender both the mail-in or absentee ballot and the pre-addressed outer return envelope, you can still vote in person on election day with a provisional ballot. Provisional ballots are counted within 7 days after the election and only after the Bucks County Elections Board can verify that you did not already cast your vote with the mail-in or absentee ballot that you requested.


MAIL-IN BALLOT: All those who are registered to vote in Langhorne Manor Borough may apply for a mail-in ballot without having to provide any reason for wanting a vote by mail. However, the application must be received by the Bucks County Elections Board Registration Office (in the Bucks County Courthouse located at 55 E Court Street Doylestown, PA) by the Tuesday before the election. The mail-in ballot application deadline is 5pm October 31, 2023 – please note: postmarks do NOT count.

Annual Mail-In Ballot: Registered voters can request to receive an annual mail-in ballot for all elections in the current election year simply by checking the annual mail-in ballot checkbox on the mail-in ballot application. After your application is approved, this eliminates the need to apply for a mail-in ballot for each individual election in the current election year through the 3rd Monday in February of the following year. The Bucks County Elections Board will also mail you a reminder to re-apply for an annual mail-in ballot in early February 2024.

ABSENTEE BALLOT: Registered voters who are not able to vote in person on election day may apply for an absentee ballot if they meet one of the two accepted reasons listed below for needing to vote with an absentee ballot. The absentee ballot application must be received by the Bucks County Elections Board Registration Office (in the Bucks County Courthouse located at 55 E Court Street Doylestown, PA) by the Tuesday before the election. The absentee ballot application deadline is 5pm October 31, 2023. Please note that postmarks do NOT count and the law does NOT permit faxed or emailed copies of absentee ballot applications.

The two reasons for the need to vote with an absentee ballot are for when a…

  • Registered voter will be absent from Bucks County on Election Day
  • Disability or illness will prevent the registered voter from being able to go in person to a polling place on Election Day.

Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting ActRegistered voters who are either in the military or overseas can find more absentee voting resources with the Federal Voting Assistance Program in order to submit a special Federal Post Card Application to request a FPCA absentee ballot or if necessary, a Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot.


Americans With Disabilities Act: If you have a disability, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act that prevents you from being able to obtain or submit an application for a mail-in or absentee ballot, or from being able to submit your ballot, you can apply to designate an agent to help you obtain and/or return your mail-in or absentee ballot. Alternatively, voters with disabilities can mark their mail-in or absentee ballot electronically by submitting an online Accessible Remote Ballot Request or by emailing the completed Accessible Remote Ballot Request form to the email address on the form or by mailing it to the Director, Bucks Co. Board of Elections/Registration, 55 E. Court St., Doylestown, PA 18901. For more information, please call (215) 348-6154 or email elections@buckscounty.org Please keep in mind that the mail-in & absentee ballot application deadline is 5pm October 31, 2023 and that postmarks do NOT count.


Eligibility To Vote

In order to vote in the 2023 general election in Langhorne Manor Borough in Pennsylvania, you must meet all three of the voting eligibility requirements listed below AND be registered to vote with the Pennsylvania Department of State by the registration application deadline October 23, 2023 – please note: postmarks do NOT count.

  • A citizen of the United States for at least 30 days before election day November 7, 2023
  • A resident of Langhorne Manor Borough in Pennsylvania for at least 30 days before election day November 7, 2023
  • 18 years of age or older on the day of the election November 7, 2023

Register To Vote

All eligible voters must be registered to vote by the application deadline October 23, 2023 in order to be able to vote – please note: postmarks do NOT count. You can verify your voter registration status with the Pennsylvania Department of State to see if you are already registered to vote. If you want to physically register to vote or register to vote online, keep in mind that your voter registration application still needs to be physically received by the Bucks County Elections Board Registration Office (in the Bucks County Courthouse located at 55 E Court Street Doylestown, PA) by the application deadline October 23, 2023, so postmarks do NOT count.

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