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June 2nd, 2020
Last day for County Boards of Elections to receive voted mail-in and civilian absentee ballots

June 2nd, 2020
General Primary

June 3rd, 2020
The first day to REGISTER after primary

Oct 19, 2020:
Last day to register to vote before the November election

Things to Know about the 2020 Census

Census Champion Training turns you into a trusted messenger for our community. An accurate count ensures we get the federal funding our community needs.

Philadelphia is divided into 66 wards, each of which is divided into from 11 to 51 voting divisions – 1,686 in all. Two Democratic committee people in each division are elected directly by Democratic voters there. Together, the Democratic committee people elected in the ward make up the ward "executive committee," and select the ward leader and other officers. The core responsibility of wards is to turn out voters and make sure politicians are serving ward residents.