The safest way to vote this year is to vote by mail. During the Civil War Americans used the mail to vote, and the post office has been essential to our democracy ever since.
If you have not requested your mail-in ballot yet you should request it immediately, you only have until October 27th. Click here to request a mail-in ballot in Pennsylvania.
Here is a link to an article with a lot of information about how to vote by mail this year including details on where to sign, graphics on the ballot, and more information on those famous secret envelopes.
Once you receive your mail-in ballot you can vote early and in-person. Just bring your mail-in ballot to an authorized satellite voting location in your county with the ballot completed accurately. For a list of those authorized sites in each county please visit this link.
You can, of course, drop your correctly completed ballot in a mailbox or bring it to your local post office, a safe and secure way to get your ballot in.
From the time you request a mail-in ballot to the time your completed ballot is returned you can keep track of it here. Here is a link to a helpful article about how the ballot tracker website describes the process of your mail-in ballot.