The upcoming Philadelphia Mayora election is in November and every vote counts! We have pulled together resources that will help with everything from registering, what are some of the issues that will be affected by this election and who are the candidates running for election. Check this page frequently for updates on events, important dates and candidate information.
To apply for the mail-in or civillian absentee ballot or check your application status, click here.
Not sure exactly where to vote. Need information about accessiblity requirements? Click here to locate and learn about your polling place.
Voters with disabilities have several choices on how to vote. To learn more about those choices and available help, click here.
In Philadelphia, 17% of all residents identify as having a disability. That is roughly 250,000 people. Civic engagement is critical to the rights of the disability community.
The history of voting in this country is powerful! As the constitution did not explicitly say who could vote, we know that disenfranchisment excluded many groups from this right. The struggle for widespread voting rights has continued through the late 20th century. Additionally, many elections were won by very narrow margins, demonstrating the impact of every vote. Check out this article by National Geographic to learn more.
Who are the candidates for judges in Pennsylvania in 2023? Click here to learn more.
What makes Philadelphia safe? Read an article from The Trace about getting answers about gun violence from the candidates here.
The Committee of Seventy has created a nonpartisan voter guide to help you get prepared by learning about the canditates and making a plan to vote. Find the guide here.