Use Seventy’s Voter Guide to find out how to register to vote, where to cast your ballot and who represents you locally, in Harrisburg and Washington, D.C. You can also find information about political parties, and even how to run for office yourself. Since 1904, Seventy has been a trusted source of insight into the problems and challenges of running elections in Philadelphia. We advocate for policies and programs that improve the voting experience, increase the competitiveness of elections and protect the integrity of elections.

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The Blue Ribbon Commission on Pennsylvania’s Election Security released its final report today, urging the replacement of vulnerable voting machines with systems using voter-marked paper ballots. This top-line recommendation was one of 11 issued by the independent and bipartisan commission of civic and government leaders, including cyber security and law enforcement professionals from around the Commonwealth. Read More...

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The last of five voting system expos hosted by the Pennsylvania Department of State will take place in Doylestown this Thursday, December 13. The Better Philadelphia Elections Coalition encourages local media, voting rights advocates and the general public to attend and learn about prospective voting systems that could be installed in their county. According to the Department, attendees will be welcome to observe voting machine demonstrations and ask questions of voting system vendors and state officials. Read More...

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The Better Philadelphia Elections Coalition will not be endorsing any candidates for City Commissioner in 2019 but will be promoting an agenda around critical issues in local elections, including voting system technology and election security, poll worker recruitment and preparation, disability access and support for limited English proficiency voters. Read More...

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Nonpartisan Voter Guide Expanded to All Five PA Counties in Greater Philadelphia Read More...

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