Beware of unsolicited voter registration, absentee and mail-in ballot applications

Information accuracy is uncertain on these mailings, says PA Department of State.

| 04 May 2022 | 01:23

    MILFORD, PA ― The Pennsylvania Department of State has notified the Pike County Board of Elections that two political advocacy groups, the Voter Participation Center (VPC) and the Center for Voter Information (CVI), will be mailing unsolicited voter registration applications and/or mail-in or absentee ballot applications to residents of Pennsylvania and Pike County.

    The mailings are expected to be sent to PA residents the week of April 25.

    Pike County residents should be advised that these unsolicited mailings are not affiliated with or endorsed by the Pike County Board of Elections and are not an accurate reflection of Pike County’s voter registration rolls and/or the status of Pike’s voters mail-in/absentee ballots.

    The accuracy of information contained on the applications is solely the responsibility of the VPC and CVI, including any mailings that contain incorrect information.

    Any recipient of an unsolicited VPC or CVI mailing who wishes to be removed from the mailing list must note a code near the bottom of the letter and email the code to the correct organization:

    Recipients can also request to be removed from the mailing list by calling VPC at 866-377-7304 or CVI at 877-203-6551.