Pennsylvania's having a really confusing time with the election so it is worrying. I've received at least 4 applications to get a mail-in ballot, and tons of flyers about voting -- urging me to vote, urging me to use a mail-in ballot, saying I can vote early for 2 weekends, and again please vote.
I was surprised about the early voting, which I hadn't known about. I'd assumed, before this, that early voting simply meant voting by mail. But now this flyer says I can vote early in person. But when I looked up the county election website, it seemed to be saying that "in person" meant by a mail-in ballot, dropped into a drop box instead of a U.S. mailbox.
I think that's what it meant, anyway. I'm not really sure. So I planned to vote in person on Election Day, anyway, because I was concerned about the mail delays. In case there are long lines lasting hours, I'm bringing along a lightweight, folding camp stool thing to sit on if I need to.