How to Find Your Polling Place in Easton
The Pennsylvania Department of State gives you a quick way to look up polling places.
Let's say you've just moved to Easton, and this is your first time voting here.
Or maybe it's your first time voting ever. Either way, you're not sure where to cast your ballot.
Fortunately, the Pennsylvania Department of State has you covered.
Visit their website, which allows voters to find polling places by entering their county, city, street and house number into a search engine.
VotesPA, another Dept. of State website, has a similar search engine that basically does the same thing.
Either way, use it, find your polling place, and go cast your vote. Here's a list of all the city's polling places, courtesy of Northampton County:
- Second Ward -- Governor Wolf Building
- Third Ward, 2nd District -- College Hill Presbytertian
- Third Ward, 3rd District -- Corner Stone Church, 411 March St.
- Third Ward, 4th District -- New Life Pentecostal Church, 510 W. Burke St.
- Fourth Ward -- First Moravian Church
- Fifth Ward -- Walter House, 215 Michael Koury Place
- Sixth and Seventh Ward -- Easton Area Community Center
- Eighth Ward, eastern district -- Christ Lutheran Church
- Eighth Ward, western district -- Temple Covenant of Peace
- Ninth Ward -- Easton Area Neighborhood Center
- Tenth Ward, eastern and western districts -- Senior Center, Seitz and Berwick streets.
- Eleventh Ward -- St. Paul's Lutheran Church
- Twelfth Ward -- Easton Emergency Squad, 908 Packet St.