Guidance on Signature Matching for Pennsylvania Voters:
Pennsylvania mail-in ballots must be signed by the voter. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled in October of 2020 that mail-in ballots cannot be rejected because of signatures that do not appear to match. The ballot signature must match the voter’s registration signature.
Voters who appear in person to vote on Election Day must also sign in. An election official will compare the sign-in signature with the voter’s registration signature before permitting the voter to proceed.
If you are worried you do not remember your signature and do not want your signatures to appear mismatched, re-register to vote at pennvotes.org/register before the registration deadline.
More specific information on signature matching for the May 2021 election will be posted as it becomes available.