PHILADELPHIA, PA (WTXF) - Primary elections in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania are coming up, and if you're not registered to vote, the deadline is Monday. Some important items to note:
First, you do have to register with a party to vote in the primary. You can do this by mail, online or in person at your voter registration office.
In Philadelphia, voters will choose candidates for District Attorney and Controller.
For statewide races, voters will choose Judgeship candidates for the Supreme, Superior, and Commonwealth Courts.
To register to vote in Philadelphia, you must be:
Register to Vote in Person
You can register to vote in person at:
The Philadelphia Voter Registration Office
The Philadelphia County Board of Elections
Register to Vote by Mail
You can register to vote by mail in two ways:
1. Pick up a Voter Registration Mail Application
The City Commissioners and the Philadelphia Voter Registration Office supply Voter Registration Mail Applications to all persons and organizations who request them, including candidates, political parties, political bodies and other federal, state and municipal offices.
Voter Registration Applications are also available at:
2. Download the Voter Registration Application.
Print, complete, sign and deliver in person or mail to:
520 N. Columbus Blvd
Philadelphia, PA 19123
You may check your voter registration status by calling the Philadelphia Voter Registration Office at 215-686-1590, or you may check your status online here.
Please note that if you recently changed your registration information, the Philadelphia Voter Registration Office will have the most updated records.