TODAY Is Election Day! Vote or return those mail-in ballots before 8pm
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TODAY Is Election Day! Vote or return those mail-in ballots before 8pm

November 2, 2021

TODAY, NOV. 2ND, is Election Day!

Polls are open 7am - 8pm.


The 2021 General Election is today and we've got everything you need to successfully cast your ballot!

Check out our redesigned website to learn everything you need to know to successfully cast your ballot.

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Voter Guides and Resources

Our Voter Guide is a popular, trusted source for nonpartisan information about the candidates on every Pennsylvanian’s ballot, review your rights and responsibilities as a voter; learn how to register to vote or check your registration; and includes our BYOBallot - a platform that allows you to put in your address and receive your customized ballot, review the candidates, (and Bar Association recommendations!) make your picks, and if you’d like, share with others.
Polling places sometimes change. It is always a good idea to check your polling place before heading out to cast your ballot. Click here to find your polling place.
Return those ballots!
If you have your mail-in ballot, DON'T drop it in the mail. Discover your drop-off options below. Your ballot must be received by your county election officials by 8pm on November 2nd - postmarks don't matter!
For Philadelphians: Return your mail-in ballot at City Hall, or drop off your ballot at the locations at this link - boxes will be locked precisely at 8pm! For All of PA: Discover your county's options for dropping off your ballot and more at this link.
WeVote is a statewide campaign that prepares and supports organizations and businesses, civic leaders, and elected officials across Pennsylvania to promote a culture of voting in their communities. The purpose of WeVote is to inspire citizens across the Commonwealth to vote, to inform them on how to vote safely and effectively, and to engage them with nonpartisan information and resources about the choices they’ll make in the upcoming elections.