|1-1||Keith Valley Middle School||227 Meetinghouse Road|
|1-2||Blair Mill Elementary School||109 Bender Road|
|1-3||Horsham Battalion #1||315 Meetinghouse Road|
|1-4||Hallowell Elementary School||501 West Moreland Ave|
(Recent Address Change)
|1-5||Keith Valley Middle School ||227 Meetinghouse Road|
|2-1||Horsham Township Community Center||1025 Horsham Road|
|2-2||Simmons Elementary School||411 Babylon Road|
|2-3||Horsham Township Community Center||1025 Horsham Road|
|2-4||Horsham Township Public Library||435 Babylon Road|
|3-1||VFW Post 9788||324 Saw Mill Lane|
|3-2||Yuong Sang Presbyterian Church||706 Witmer Road|
|3-3||Lutheran Church of the Resurrection||620 Welsh Road|
|3-4||Hatboro-Horsham High School||899 Horsham Road|
|3-5||Hatboro-Horsham High School||899 Horsham Road|
|4-1||St. Matthew's Episcopal Church||919 Tennis Avenue|
|4-2||Horsham Fire Battalion #2||1023 Horsham Road|
|4-3||Simmons Elementary School||411 Babylon Road|
|4-4||Ukrainian American Sports Center||1 Lower State Road (at County Line Rd.)|
To qualify as a voter, a resident must register after meeting four requirements: (1) eighteen years of age, (2) a U.S. citizen for at least one month, (3) a resident of the election district at least 30 days, (4) a resident of Pennsylvania for at least 30 days. Voters who move within the state within 30 days prior to an election may vote in that election at their previous election district. Registration is permanent unless an elector moves to another election district or fails to vote for two consecutive years.
Electors may pick up voter registration applications at most public buildings: Municipal Buildings, Libraries, Liquor Stores, Post Offices. Fill out the application and submit it to the Voter Registration Office. Registration books close 30 days before any election and are reopened five days after a Primary Election and 30 days after General or Municipal Election. Electors may also register to vote online.
The third Tuesday in May is Primary Election Day in Pennsylvania except in presidential election years when the Primary is held on the fourth Tuesday in April. Only voters registered in a political party can vote for that party's candidates in a Primary although independent voters may vote on referendum questions that appear on Primary Election ballots.
General Elections when state and federal offices are filled occur in even numbered years while Municipal elections, including county offices, are held in odd numbered years. Both are held on the Tuesday after the first Monday in November. All elections are supervised by the County Board of Elections. The polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Absentee ballot applications are available in person or by mail up to one week before the election from the County Board of Elections. Electors may also pick up absentee ballot applications at most public buildings: Municipal Centers, Libraries, Liquor Stores, and Post Offices. Emergency application for causes not known earlier are acceptable up to 5:00 p.m. of the Friday before the election. Absentee ballots may be requested for illness or for business or occupational reasons.
Montgomery County Voter Registration Services