“I have been told to quarantine -or- experienced an emergency – How do I vote?”
If you are in quarantine or isolation due to COVID-19 on Nov. 3, you may designate an authorized representative to go to the elections office in the county where you are registered to vote to request an emergency absentee ballot, bring it to you complete and return it to the same county elections office no later than 8 p.m. on Nov. 3.
When we vote, we elect leaders who make decisions on issues that affect our lives. In Pennsylvania, you must be registered by Monday, October 19 to have your voice heard in the November 3 election for presidential candidates. (DOWNLOAD a poster you can hang in your shelter or affordable housing program.)
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3 is Election Day! and the 8 pm deadline for your mail-in ballot to be hand delivered in all counties. Polls are open from 7 am - 8 pm.
These materials were developed by the Vote For Homes Coalition to support voter registration and mobilization of low income voters. You are welcome to use and modify for your voter outreach efforts.
Visit www.voteforhomes.org for more infomation about the Vote For Homes Coalition. There are also resources on the Pennsylvania Department of State website, including online voter registration, a printable form, and toolkits.
We are providing this nonpartisan election toolkit is designed to help Vote For Homes members get the word about the 2020 election through social media, flyers, and in person (when it can be done safely).
Mobilizing the vote in 2020 is a critical part of our work to make sure that our community is heard at the polls and beyond. In addition to the online voter registration form below, we have assembled the tools below to support that effort.
Help the Vote for Homes Coalition register voters as volunteer or as part of your job with a Philadelphia service organization. We have lots of creative and safe virtual options to reach community members. Training will be provided.
Project HOME is a proud partner of Keystone Counts, a statewide nonpartisan coalition of advocacy groups, service providers, and community organizations working together to build an education and outreach effort to ensure a fair and accurate 2020 census. We want to be sure our KEYSTONE COUNTS! Project HOME is also partnering with Philly Counts 2020, the City’s effort to support the next United States Census.