Use Seventy’s Voter Guide to find out how to register to vote, where to cast your ballot and who represents you locally, in Harrisburg and Washington, D.C. You can also find information about political parties, and even how to run for office yourself. Since 1904, Seventy has been a trusted source of insight into the problems and challenges of running elections in Philadelphia. We advocate for policies and programs that improve the voting experience, increase the competitiveness of elections and protect the integrity of elections.

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Nonpartisan Voter Guide Expanded to All Five PA Counties in Greater Philadelphia Read More...

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The Commonwealth Court ruled this week that Philadelphia’s City Commissioners are not required by state law to be replaced when proposed amendments to the Home Rule Charter are on the ballot, leaving the door open to major conflicts of interest in election oversight. Read More...

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A new report released by Keystone Votes, a nonpartisan coalition of 39 organizations, has found evidence of widespread problems in the processing of voter registration (VR) applications across the Commonwealth in 2016 and especially in Philadelphia County. Read More...

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With polls opening Tuesday, May 16, the Committee of Seventy is urging voters who reliably turnout in off-year elections to lean on their friends, family and co-workers to vote tomorrow. A new Ballot Tool, powered by BallotReady’s CivicEngine, is the newest addition to Seventy’s longstanding and nonpartisan Election Program. Read More...

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