Voting Matters - May 16, 2017
VOTE May 16
Election Day is Tuesday, May 16th
Polls are open from 7 AM - 8 PM
This election is critical for the future of our city! There are multiple local offices that will be on the ballot including District Attorney, City Controller, Court of Common Pleas, and Municipal Court. There is also 1 seat for the PA Supreme Court, 4 seats for the PA Superior Court, and 2 seats for the PA Commonwealth Court.
Make a pledge to vote!
- Will you commit to voting this election? Let us know here: http://bit.ly/VoteMay16Primary
Not sure where you are registered?
- Confirm your voter registration here and find your polling place: http://bit.ly/checkvotereg
Who are the candidates? How does the Philly District Attorney or the PA Supreme Court impact you and your community? Find out below:
- Philadelphia Coalition for a Just District Attorney surveyed all 8 candidates for Philadelphia District Attorney. Read the nonpartisan voters guide here: http://www.phillydaforthepeople.org
- Committee of Seventy's new ballot tool, a new resource for nonpartisan voter information: https://seventy.org/tools/elections-voting/2017-election-guide
What are the ballot questions?
- Philadelphians will see two ballot questions when they enter the voting booth Tuesday. You can see the plain English version here: https://seventy.org/tools/elections-voting/2017-election-guide/may-16-ba...
- Report any problems voting by calling 1-866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683)
Vote For Homes is a nonpartisan coalition mobilizing thousands of Philadelphians who are living on low incomes, including those who are homeless, formerly homeless, living with disabilities, or are formerly incarcerated.