Make it your duty and use your power for GOOD to go out and vote. 
-- Queen Latifah

Congratulations, Lansdowne!

48.9% of the registered voters in Lansdowne voted in the Nov. 2019 general election.  The 5th precinct did the best, with 55.9% of their registered voters going to the poll. 

This was good but we plan to do much better in 2020!

It is now easy to vote by mail in Pennsylvania.  Click here to apply for a ballotDon't wait!  Do it now!

An embarrassingly low percentage of Americans exercises their right to vote.  Out of 35 developed countries, the United States has nearly the lowest percent of eligible voters who vote (31st out of 35!).  Approximately 20% of eligible voters in the United States are not even registered.  An even larger percent of those registered do not bother to vote.  Voter turnout is especially low in primaries and local elections. 

A healthy democracy is only possible with active voter engagement.

Our Goals for 2020 are: 1) to continue increasing the number of voters in Lansdowne and

2) to help voters learn about the candidates for state and national offices.

the next election is the general Election on

nov. 3, 2020

the deadline to register to vote in the general Election is

oct. 19, 2020

Last day to apply for

a mail-in ballot is

oct. 27, 2020

Don't wait!

Apply now!

the day of the general Election,

nov. 3, 2020,

is also the deadline for the board of elections to receive mail-in ballots

return your ballot

as soon as you receive it

to avoid mail delays

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Endorsed by the Lansdowne Borough Council, the Lansdowne Economic Development Corporation, and the Lansdowne Business & Professional Association!

Help Us Make Lansdowne the Town That Votes!

The Lansdowne Votes Campaign does not endorse any candidate and is not affiliated with any party.

To participate in any aspect of the Lansdowne Votes Campaign send an email with your name, address, and email address to
We want to make this a community-wide effort that involves as many Lansdowne organizations as possible.  We welcome other suggestions about how to engage our residents.
If you think that you are
registered to vote, you can
check that here.