Don’t wait, return your ballot today!
Make a plan to get your ballot submitted ASAP
I hope you understand the magnitude of the upcoming election. Health care, social security, jobs, the economy, social justice, criminal justice reform and so many other issues are up for a vote on Nov. 3. Be a part of the change and vote.
Use your power, don’t lose it.
Part of using your vote is making sure your mail ballot is returned in time to get counted. If you have requested a mail ballot but don’t have a plan to vote at the polls on election day, I encourage you to return your mail ballot as soon as possible.
Do not put your completed ballot in the mail! The United States Postal Service says it cannot guarantee mail ballots sent today or later will be delivered in time to meet state guidelines, so I am asking everyone return their ballot to a satellite election office, secure drop box, or county election office. (Please note: In my message yesterday, the final date to request a mail ballot was listed in error as Nov. 27. The final day to request a mail ballot was Martes, Oct. 27.)
More than 1.2 million of the 3 million mail ballots were requested for the 2020 Election have yet to be returned, so we have a lot of work to do. You can get more information about satellite election centers in Philadelphia and across southeastern Pennsylvania at senatorhughes.com/vote. The information found on that site comes from the Department of State, county and local election officials.
RECORDATORIO: Si vas al supermercado, a un centro electoral satélite o a las urnas el 3 de noviembre, necesitamos que lleves mascarilla. Te protegerá del coronavirus, así como a las personas con las que puedas entrar en contacto mientras estés fuera de casa. Es lo mejor que podemos hacer para proteger la salud pública y frenar la propagación del virus.