Voter Registration

Eva Weyrich, Voter Registrar
Email:  eweyrich@juniataco.org
Phone:  717-436-7706
Fax:  717-436-7756
Office location:  Juniata County Courthouse, Bridge and Main Streets, Mifflintown
Postal address:  P.O. Box 68, Mifflintown, PA 17059


2020 Official Notice of Election for Military & Overseas Voters

Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE BALLOT LISTING FOR PRIMARY ELECTION APRIL 28, 2020

DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE BALLOT LISTING FOR PRIMARY ELECTION APRIL 28, 2020

Juniata County Polling Places

Latest Election Results

The Voter Registration Office is responsible for registering eligible county residents to vote and for maintaining all voter registration records. All activities are in compliance with established voting laws as overseen by the Pennsylvania Department of State.

Office duties include but are not limited to, registration of voters, the compilation of street lists of registered voters, processing of candidate petitions, preparation of election ballots and the preparation of election supplies twice a year for the 18 voting precincts in Juniata County.

All County elections are overseen by the County Election Board, which consists of three individuals. In most elections, the Juniata County Commissioners serve as the County Election Board. The County Commissioners may appoint other individuals to serve on the Election Board. The Commissioners may not serve on the Election Board when they are candidates for public office.

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June 2nd Primary in Juniata County

As presented at the Commissioners Public Meeting on May 5, 2020 by Eva Weyrich, Voter Registrar.


Both Governor Wolf and the Secretary of State are pushing voters to use the vote by mail option for this Primary Election on June 2, 2020. For those who want to vote by this option, but do not feel secure using the United States Postal System to submit a ballot; there will be a drop-off box inside the Bridge Street entrance to the Courthouse. That way anyone can hand deliver a ballot to the Courthouse. All absentee and mail-in ballots will be accepted until 8:00 PM on Election Day. Mrs. Weyrich assures everyone that all absentee and mail-in ballots will be counted if submitted by 8:00 PM on Election Day. All regular voting locations will be in operation for the Primary Election on June 2nd; however voters will be asked to wear face masks and observe social distancing. The Voter Registrar will be providing safety supplies and instituting arrangements at each polling place to include, but not limited to, masks, pens, booth disinfection, and traffic flow.


The office of Voter Registrar takes great pride in running every election with integrity and in accordance with current election laws. If anyone has concerns or questions about this election please contact the Voter Registrar (Mrs. Weyrich) at 717-436-7706. All actions are intended to ensure voters and poll workers safety on Election Day.


The last day to register to vote for the primary is May 18th and the last day to apply for an absentee/mail -in ballot is May 26th.