June 2 Election Day Info

HEY PHILLY VOTERS! Still haven't voted yet? This thread will list all the options you have to vote, from now until 8PM on Election Day (which is Tuesday)!

At *any time* before 8PM on Tuesday, ballots can be turned in by the voter at drop-off boxes at two locations:

1) On the south side of City Hall, near the McKinley statue

2) Outside the City Commissioners' office at Delaware Ave. and Spring Garden

The boxes look like this:

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On *Tuesday*, Election Day, there will be ballot drop off locations in each council district , 7AM-8PM, in addition to the drop-off boxes

What if you're not voting by mail? Your polling place will probably be different from the usual one. Check your current polling place here (remember to wear a mask and leave lots of time, polls are open 7am-8pm): https://www.philadelphiavotes.com/index.php?option=com_voterapp&tmpl=component

The ballot is a bit long this election, so you might want to check up on your sample ballot before you leave to vote in person: https://www.philadelphiavotes.com/index.php?option=com_voterapp&tmpl=component#ballots

Here are our endorsements for the State House primary races: https://www.5thsq.org/endorsements_for_2020_state_representative

If you requested a mail-in ballot but haven't received one, or if your ballot gets damaged or lost, you can vote in person using a provisional ballot at your polling place. Just let the pollworkers know.


The mail-in deadline is EXTENDED ONE WEEK! That means mail-in ballots must be received by 8pm on *June 9* to count!

If you're mailing in your ballot, it still has to be postmarked by TODAY.