How to Vote
June 2nd is the New Primary Election Date
The covid-19 pandemic has transformed our every day lives. Your voice is needed now more than ever as we navigate a crisis we’ve never faced and work to make sure our communities aren’t left behind.
Almost one million in PA have signed up to vote by mail . The June 2 primary election is less than a month away. Please take the time to apply for a mail-in ballot to vote safely from your home. May 26 is your last day to do so.
We will get through this difficult time together. Now is the time to be vocal and vote your interests.
Beginning 50 days before each election, you are now able to go the Board of Elections and vote in-person, regardless of where you live in Philadelphia. That means, for the Primary Election on Tuesday, June 2, 2020, you can be voting now!
For more information, contact city commissioners list below.
Commissioner Lisa M. Deeley, (D)
Commissioner Al Schmidt, (R)
Commissioner Omar Sabir, (D)
Departmental Contact Information
County Board of Elections
Voter Registration Office
Right-to-Know Request Form
City Hall, Room 130
Philadelphia, PA 19107
|Voting Machine Demo Signup: please complete
the form below and return via email to email@example.com or
fax to 215-686-1599 ATTN: Greg Irving or hand delivery to
City Hall, Room 130 or 520 N. Columbus Blvd, 5th Floor.
You may now vote by mail-in ballot. To do so, simply apply for a mail-in ballot by 5:00 PM on the Tuesday before the election. You do not need to provide a reason or excuse if you want to use a mail-in ballot. You can return your voted mail-in ballot by mailing it to the board of elections using the envelope provided, or you can drop it off in person at the board of election’s office. Whichever way you choose, the Board of Elections must receive your voted ballot by 8:00 PM on election day in order for it to be counted.
You may also ask to be placed on a permanent mail-in voter list. If you are on this list, you will have a mail-in ballot application mailed to you by the first Monday in February each year. If you complete and return the application, the county will send you ballots in the mail for all the elections that take place that year.
Registered voters have until Tuesday, May 26 to apply for a mail-in ballot:
💻 Request one online: http://VotesPA.com | ☎️ Call: 1-877-VOTESPA (1-877-868-3772) | 🕐 Track your ballot: votespa.com/MailBallotStatus