Election Day is November 6! Are you ready?

It’s here! Have you planned exactly when you can make time to go vote? Polls are open from 7am-8pm. Do you know where your polling place is? In Philadelphia, check Committee of Seventy’s guide here to find where you go to vote.

Come canvass with Fight for Philly! If you want to be part of this crucial day of democratic action, email us to get involved.

And don’t forget: You do not need to show ID to vote! You may be asked for ID, but right now ID is not required to vote.

The exception is people voting for the first time ever and people voting for the first time in a new division. If this is you, you must present photo or non-photo identification:

PennDOT IDs (drivers or non-drivers)
ID issued by US Government
ID issued by any Commonwealth Agency
US Passport
US Armed Forces ID
Student ID
Employee ID

Approved non-photo ID:
Voter Registration card
Non-Photo ID issued by the US Government
Non-Photo ID issued by any Commonwealth Agency
Firearm Permit
Current Bank Statement
Current Utility Bill
Current paycheck
Government check

The deadline for requesting an absentee ballot is 5:00 on Tuesday Oct. 30th. Absentee ballots received by the close of polls on election day will be counted for the offices of president and vice-president. A downloadable application for an absentee ballot is available at www.votespa.com, or call 412-350-4520. You can confirm your voter registration on this website as well.

You can still vote:
• if you have a felony conviction on your record.
• if you are on probation or parole after a felony conviction.
• if you are under house arrest or waiting for trial.
• if you are in jail for a misdemeanor or lesser offense, you can still vote by absentee ballot.

So join your friends and neighbors November 6 and get out the vote!

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