VOTE TODAY, TUESDAY, JUNE 2 in the PENNSYLVANIA PRIMARY ELECTION
Polls are open from 7am-8pm & Mail-in Ballots MUST be delivered or postmarked by TODAY, June 2.
MORE INFORMATION and RESOURCES:
projecthome.org/primary2020 AND votespa.com
VOTER HELP LINE: 1-866-OUR-VOTE (1-866-687-8683) - You can also call this number if you have any challenges voting or need help finding your polling place.
WHERE DO I VOTE?
MAIL-IN BALLOT INFORMATION
- Mail: NEW!!! Mail-in ballots must now be postmarked June 2. You can bring your mail-in ballot to the post office today so they will be counted by Tuesday, April 9.
- Deliver by 8 pm: In Philadelphia, bring your ballot to 520 N. Delaware Ave or City Hall south entrance; see projecthome.org/primary2020 for other neighborhood locations
- Check ballot status: www.votespa.com/MailBallotStatus
- If you cannot hand deliver your ballot to the Board of Elections: You can still go your polling location. Bring your ballot to your polling location, rip it up in front of an election worker, and vote in person.
- What if your mail-in ballot did not come in time? Anyone who requested a mail ballot can vote in person on a provisional (paper) ballot. You won’t be allowed to vote on the city’s new voting machines, but you can vote by paper ballot and it will be counted later.
NEED VOTER ID?
- Voters only need ID if it is their first time voting at a new polling site. First-time voters without ID can vote by provisional ballot.
WHO IS ON THE BALLOT?
- Democratic and Republican Candidates for Attorney General, Auditor General, Treasurer, State Senator (odd numbered districts), Delegates to the National Convention, Republican State Committee People, and the United States President and Vice President
- 2020 PRIMARY ELECTION VOTER GUIDE - https://seventy.org/publications/elections-voting
WHO CAN VOTE?
- All Pennsylvanians who are registered by May 18, 2020
- Persons with felony convictions ARE allowed to vote after their release. (This includes those on probation, parole, and house arrest.)
- Voter’s registered with the Democratic or Republican Party can vote in their party’s Primary Election. Registered voters with no party affiliation can only vote on ballot questions during the Primary Election.
Voting Questions or Problems? Call the nonpartisan hotline 1-866-OUR-VOTE or call the Vote For Homes Coalition at 215-232-7272 x3042, and someone will call you back.
More information and an UPDATED poster to download is available at https://www.projecthome.org/primary2020.