Midterm elections take place tomorrow, November 6th! Polls open at 7:00 am and close at 8:00 pm.
You can check your voter registration status by using this online tool or calling the Philadelphia Voter Registration Office at 215-686-1590. The City Commissioner’s Office also provides a list of candidates by district, as well as a preview of the ballot. For other voting questions, see the City Commissioner’s website.
After you’ve found your polling place, filled out your ballot, and proudly put on your ‘I Voted!’ sticker, check out some data on the local elections.
Using data to show election trends
Visualizations, analyses, and informative storytelling around election and voting data are more important than ever. Explore election results from 2002 to present as well as various elections-related datasets.
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Available City data at a glance:
- Voter registration counts: New data for the 2016, 2017, and 2018 general and primary elections by precinct and ward released on November 1, 2018!
- Election results (both primary and general) from 2002 to the present.
- Voter turnout by district and count of voters by party.
- Elected committee people
- Philadelphia political wards
- Philadelphia political ward divisions
- City Council Districts
- Campaign finance records
- Historic political wards and divisions
Keep in touch!
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There’s lots of ways to get involved. For information about City datasets and others, go to OpenDataPhilly.org. Visit this resources page for video tutorials and links to tools to help analyze data. Follow @PHLInnovation on Twitter to get alerts on future data releases, and join us on the public open data google forum.