Philadelphia County residents are represented in the Pennsylvania General Assembly by state senators and representatives and in the U.S. House by three congressional members (House Districts 2, 3 and 5). Not sure which state House or Senate district you live in? Find out online. View the new 2018 congressional maps.
Seventy urges voters and poll workers to remember that:
- ONLY registered Democrats and Republicans can vote for candidates in the May 15 primary.
- ALL voters -- including those registered as unaffiliated or third-party -- can vote for ballot questions on May 15. (Philadelphia voters will see three ballot questions.)
- ALL voters are eligible to cast ballots for candidates in the November 6 general election.
VOTER EXPERIENCE SURVEY
Take three minutes to share your voting experience. The survey is designed to identify issues voters encounter when voting in-person or via mail-in (absentee or alternative) ballot. Issues covered include: voting wait time, illegal electioneering inside polling places, voter registration, voter ID for first-time voters, voting machines, voter assistance, language access, poll worker performance and confidence in the election process.
Live Turnout Tracking
Help SixtySixWards blogger Jonathan Tannen track Philadelphia election turnout in real time! When you vote, just record what voter number of the day you are for your division (you'll be able to see that number when you sign in). Then fill it in here!
IMPORTANT ELECTION DAY INFORMATION
Voters with questions or issues on Election Day should call the proper authorities:
|For voter registration, polling location or other procedural issues||215-686-1590|
|Report potential election law violations to the Philadelphia District Attorney||215-686-9641|
For more information about Pennsylvania voting procedures, visit EveryoneVotes.PA.com.