Use Seventy’s online election resources 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. These resources---and 110 years of experience---give Seventy unique 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.
- Three City Commissioners form a bipartisan board responsible for administering elections in Philadelphia, in addition to receiving nomination petitions and campaign finance reports for city candidates. Visit philadelphiavotes.com for information on voting procedures, running for office and working at the polls.
- The Pennsylvania Department of State is responsible for overseeing elections statewide. If you're a voter looking detailed guidance on voting procedures, we recommend visiting votespa.com.
In August 2015, Pennsylvania became the 23rd state to offer online voter registration. Seventy strongly recommends registering to vote and keeping your registration up-to-date. Paper application forms are still available. Not sure if you're registered? Check! The deadline is always 30 days before polls open.