November 7, 2017 Nonpartisan Election Guide
Pennsylvania polls were open Tuesday, November 7, from 7AM to 8PM. Any eligible voter in line by 8PM was allowed to cast a ballot using the voting machine. Seventy encourages voters to review their Rights and Responsiblities before heading to the polls.
Registered voters in Philadelphia will cast ballots on the following:
- District Attorney
- Nine (9) seats on Philadelphia County’s Court of Common Pleas
- Two (2) seats on the Philadelphia Municipal Court
- Election officials: One Judge of Elections and two Inspectors of Election in each of the city’s 1,686 voting divisions—more than 5,000 positions.
Registered voters across Pennsylvania will elect candidates to fill:
All Pennsylvania voters will be able to vote on one statewide ballot question: The Homestead Exclusion Amendment. Voters in Philadelphia will also see a bond question asking whether the city should borrow money for various capital projects.
Download a sample ballot for your polling place from PhiladelphiaVotes.com
Seventy's new Ballot Tool allows you to build your ballot ahead of Election Day.
Digital Ballot Tool
Seventy's Digital Ballot Tool was back for the November 2017 election. Stay tuned for 2018. Powered by CivicEngine and a product of BallotReady, the tool allows voters to compile their candidate choices and ballot question answers before heading to the polls. Give it a try and share with your network.
Register online or download a PA Voter Registration form and mail it to your local County Bounty Board of Elections. Locate your local office here. You can also pick up these forms in person. Find information for your local County Board of Elections online.