2022 General Election Polling Locations
The Luzerne County Bureau of Elections has finalized the list of polling places for the upcoming November 8, 2022 General Election. In total, Luzerne County’s voters from 186 precincts will vote at 143 unique polling places, with some locations serving as a polling place for multiple precincts.
Please see the list of polling places below. The list of polling places is available on https://www.luzernecounty.org/1439/2022-General-Election-Polling-Locations. Voters can also locate their polling place on www.pavoterservices.pa.gov. The Luzerne County Bureau of Elections will be introducing a look-up tool, an interactive map, and downloadable maps at luzernecounty.org/396/elections within the next week. As a reminder, by law, voters must go to their designated polling location to vote in-person on election day.
While a small number of polling places change from election to election due to feedback from the community, construction, and other reasons, the vast majority of polling places typically remain unchanged. A total of 2 polling places for the November 8th General Election have changed since the 2022 election.
These new polling places include the following:
Harvey's Lake Borough will now be voting at The Harvey's Lake Borough Building located at 4875 Memorial Highway, Suite 1, Harvey's Lake PA 18618.
Hazleton Ward 5 will now be voting at Holy Rosary Church located at 240 South Poplar Street, Hazleton, PA 18201.
Polling-place change notices were mailed to voters in these precincts.
Voters also are encouraged to review a sample ballot for their precinct before voting. Voters may bring notes with their picks to help simplify voting. Sample ballots are at luzernecounty.org/1437/2022-General-Election-Sample-Ballots.
At this time, wearing a mask is optional for both voters and poll workers.
There are no referenda questions on the November 8th ballot.
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: THE ELECTION HOTLINE, VOTER SERVICE CENTER AND THE LUZERNE COUNTY BUREAU OF ELECTIONS WEBSITE
Luzerne County voters have several resources available to help simplify the voting process. The Luzerne County Election Hotline (570-825-1715) is operational Mon. through Fri., 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The Luzerne County Bureau of Elections provides a variety of in-person voter services and is available Mon. through Fri., 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Luzerne County Bureau of Elections website provides news, sample ballots, ballot drop box locations, polling location information, access to downloadable and online forms, livestreams and recordings of Board of Elections meetings, and more at luzernecounty.org/396/elections.