Welcome to the Voting Plan Challenge!!!

We're glad you've joined us. Now, you may say to yourself, "Hold on. The link said, "Create a Plan." Why did I land on the Voting Plan Challenge page?" One of the biggest' challenges' many voters face is voting without a plan or a strategy.

We believe that experienced and newer voters will benefit from this challenge. If you move through this challenge quickly, you're well on your way to becoming a voting champion for others.

The goal is to help you build a plan to vote more powerfully.

By the time you finish the worthy assignment, you'll be ready for this election and the days in between the next one. SHARE these simple steps with family and friends. We all need to vote with a strategy that will benefit our community and our city.

Challenge #1 - Choose How You're Going to Vote

Three Ways to Vote:
- Mail-in>>
- Early In-person Voting>>
- November 3rd at the Poll>>

Too many folks forget to vote because they get busy, and time slips away. Mail-in and Early In-person Voting require that you stay on top of dates. We guide you through each step. Pick the method that works best for you.

Step-by-step Info: Whatever way you choose to cast your vote - mailing your ballot, dropping off your ballot, walking into an early voting location, or voting on a machine on November 3rd, we provide you with info along the way.

You have done more than most Philadelphians at this point. Spread the word.

Challenge #2 - Vote for Something

What do you want to change or keep? Make voting PERSONAL. Nobody can track all policies and votes an elected official makes. However, if you focus on one or two things that matter to you, you can begin to see where and how your vote makes a difference.

Vote with power.

Challenge #3 - Know What Each Office Does

We suggest that you learn what the office requires, decide which issues are important to you, and then pick the candidates you think can get the job done. Voting is the hiring process. You can't hire someone if you don't know what the job requires.

Writing down your candidates' names and ballot question 'Yes/No' answers will speed up your time, whether you're voting at home or in person. Our Offices and Ballot Questions page contains a link to the Committee of Seventy's customized ballot tool.

Voters have an opportunity to vote on major justice system reforms. Make sure you don't skip having your voice heard on these important issues.

Challenge #4 - VOTE! VOTE! VOTE!

Vote early if possible.