Nov 2, 2021 - Politics

Election Day in Philadelphia: What you need to know to vote

"I Voted" stickers cover a table at a polling station.

"I Voted" stickers cover a table at a polling station in Charlotte, North Carolina, on March 3, 2020. Photo: Logan Cyrus/Getty Images

Election Day is here — and we've compiled a rundown of information and resources for voters in Philadelphia Tuesday.

Details: Registered voters will see races for state and local judges, the district attorney and city controller on the ballot, along with four ballot questions. We've got a cheat sheet on all that here.

How to vote: Polls are open between 7am-8pm Tuesday. Find your polling place here.

  • Mail-in ballots must be received by 8pm Tuesday. Drop boxes for mail-in ballots can be found here.

Of note: Voting complaints can be reported to the district attorney's election task force hotline at 215-686-9641.

  • Voting issues can also be reported to the nonpartisan Election Protection's hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

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