One of the most important things that you can do is vote. Our city benefits when everyone makes their voice heard.

Election Day is Tuesday, November 7. Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 

Research shows that when people make a plan to vote, including picking a time and how they’re going to get to their polling place, they’re more likely to actually case their ballot.

So make a plan to vote right now.

Since I’ve turned 18, I haven’t missed an election. It’s something I take seriously — and you should, too.

Are you ready? Do you have a plan to vote?

  1. Make sure you’re registered to vote here.
  2. Find your polling place here.
  3. Ask your neighbors and relatives if they need a ride to the polls.
  4. If you have any questions at the polls — like poll locations or registration status — please contact the City Commissioners’ Voter Hotline at 215-686-1590.

To report any election concerns — like allegations of illegal voting, candidate write-in issues, intimidation, or illegal electioneering — please contact any of the District Attorney’s Election Fraud Task Force’s hotlines:

  • 215-686-9641
  • 215-686-9643
  • 215-686-9644

Remember: If you are in line by 8:00 p.m., you must be allowed to vote! So even if it’s getting late, go get in line!

Show off your civic pride on social media! Take selfies — make sure you are outside of your polling place — with the “I Voted” sticker. Then tweet them to the Mayor’s Office using #PhillyVotes!