Don't Panic. Have a Plan.

Postmarks count. Your ballot must be postmarked by Tuesday, June 2, 2020, and received by the Board of Elections Office by June 9th, 5 pm.

If you applied for a mail-in ballot, here are your options for the last few days before the election and Election Day, which is also the deadline day:

  1. Still Have It: Mark it up. Your ballot must be postmarked by June 2nd. You may want to use a drop off location on Election Day, June 2nd--7 am to 8 pm, to make sure your ballot arrives in time.
  2. Mailed it close to the June 2nd deadline & have not received a confirmation email that my ballot arrived at the office: Check your SPAM folder and the state's online tool. That June 9th extension bought you time. If your ballot is postmarked by June 2nd, you will be fine.
  3. Didn't mail it and want to vote in person: Go to the poll.
  4. Applied but didn't get it: Go to the poll.

If you plan to go to the poll, you will be voting on a provisional ballot, not the machine. See our FAQ page for details if you find yourself dealing with any of these situations.


Find Your Poll in One Minute

The novel coronavirus has changed how the June 2nd Primary will be run, including where our polling places may be located. On May 13, 2020, the City of Philadelphia announced they would be reducing the number of polling locations reduced from 831 to 190.

Our video shows you how to find the new location using your home (voting) address.

 


Warning: It is against the law to touch someone else's ballot. Visit our FAQ page to find out how you can help a loved one legally.

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Avoid Delays - Drop Your Ballot Off Today

Location 1: Board of Elections Office - 520 N. Columbus Blvd

Location 1: City Hall - South Portal (Stay Aware - Protest Activity)

Security: Guarded by City Police and National Guard

Available: 24/7 until Election Day, June 2nd, 2020 8 pm

Note: We are not sure if the City will extend availability dates for drop boxes.


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Election Day Ballot Drop-Off Locations - June 2nd, 2020

City Council has coordinated with the Board of Elections to add 10 more drop-off locations for voters' convenience. These locations will only be available on Election Day.

Time Available: 7 am to 8 pm

Date: June 2nd

Note: We are not sure if the City will extend availability dates for drop boxes.