Philadelphia, PA – September 29, 2020
Philadelphia’s election board is making things easier for voters to make their voice heard this election. Early voting polling stations launched today throughout Philadelphia to cast your vote.
Using a $10 million grant awarded to the Office of the City Commissioners by the nonpartisan Center for Tech and Civic Life, satellite offices will be funded for early in person voting, dropping off completed mail-in ballots, new equipment and more.
Voters will also be able to register to vote and request mail-in ballots at these locations. Most will be open Monday through Thursday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The locations can be found below.
|Location||Address||Open date (if known)|
|City Hall Room 140||1400 John F Kennedy Blvd, 19107||Sept. 29|
|Riverview Place, 1st Floor||520 N Columbus Blvd, 19123|
|George Washington High School||10175 Bustleton Ave, 19116||Sept. 29|
|Joseph H. Brown School||3600 Stanwood St, 19136|
|Harding Middle School||2000 Wakeling Street, 19124|
|J Hampton Moore School||6900 Summerdale Ave, 19111|
|The Liacouras Center||1776 N Broad St, 19121||Sept. 29|
|A. B. Day School||6324 Crittenden St, 19138|
|Roxborough High School||6498 Ridge Ave, 19128||Sept. 29|
|Mastbaum High School||3116 Frankford Ave, 19134|
|Creative And Performing Arts||901 S Broad St, 19147|
|Tilden Middle School||6601 Elmwood Ave, 19142||Sept. 29|
|Feltonville Intermediate School||238 E Wyoming Ave, 19120|
|Julia De Burgos Elementary||401 W Lehigh Ave, 19133||Sept. 29|
|Julia Ward Howe School||5800 N 13Th St, 19141|
Source: Billy Penn