If you ballot got lost, didn't arrive, or you just prefer to head to the polls, here are your options.
At the satellite offices, you'll be able to register, request a ballot, fill it out and securely return it all in one visit.
Philly voters could receive their mail-in ballots within 8 to 10 days.
The current list will likely grow, and is subject to change. We’ll update it weekly.
President Andrew Jackson’s daughter-in-law, briefly assigned the title, was born in the city.
County election officials can’t print the ballots until two cases are resolved at the state level.
Can the USPS handle the onslaught? Here’s everything you need to know.
With no Republican challenger in November, Regina Young appears on her way to Harrisburg.
Democratic signups outnumbered Republicans, but not as much as past years.
Final results might not be available for a week, but these measures rarely fail.
The Associated Press is calling the race for the Democratic challenger, but mail-in ballots have yet to be released.
The Philly DA’s office has fielded less than a third the usual number of complaints.
Ballots still must be postmarked by June 2.
You won’t be turned away for not wearing a mask — but it’s strongly encouraged.
Why aren’t Philly’s low-income communities of color voting by mail? Same reasons as usual, organizers say
The disparity in ballot applications follows familiar lines.
Applications for mail-in voting are up 30x over the last presidential primary.
Incumbent Pa. Sen. Larry Farnese has held the powerful Harrisburg pulpit for 12 years.
Mail-in voting is the best way to go, election officials say.
The idea has been successful in other U.S. cities.
A cheat sheet for being informed when you vote.