Election Day is almost here!

Tuesday, Nov. 3 is your last chance to vote, don’t miss out

Election Day is finally here! Today is the day where our great nation puts democracy in action and people get to voice their opinions at the polls.

I hope that everyone who had a mail ballot has returned it already. If you haven’t returned your mail ballot, please do so ASAP. Mail ballots must be received by 8 p.m. on Election Day and there will be no grace period for those waiting in line to return their mail ballot at a satellite election office or secure drop box. Remember, do not put your ballot in the mail! Visit senatorhughes.com/vote for more information on county satellite election offices and drop boxes:

Still need to vote in person but don’t know your polling place? You can find your polling place by using the Department of State’s website. If you applied for a mail ballot but have not received it, please vote at the polls with a provisional ballot.

If you have any questions about voting on Election Day you should call 866-OUR-VOTE.

Please understand, this election is critical and we are still in the middle of a pandemic. Be prepared for long lines, come prepared with a mask, snacks, and your own pens, and most importantly bring your enthusiasm to vote. Your vote can help decide this election and we want everyone to be heard.

Return your mail-in ballot

On Election Day, I’m partnering with Philadelphia Eagles Safety Rodney McLeod, his wife, Erika McLeod, and their Change Our Future Foundation for the My Voice My Vote Jammin’ Bus Tour. Text ‘PHILLYVOTES’ to 41411 for more information on the bus tour. We’ve got a fun day planned touring the city

REMINDER: If you’re going to the grocery store, a satellite election center or to the polls on Nov. 3, we need you to wear a mask. It protects you from the coronavirus, as well as those who you may come in contact with while away from home. That is the best thing we can do to protect public health and to slow the spread of the virus.