The clock is ticking, return your mail ballot ASAP
Get to the polls during Multi-Faith Souls to the Polls Weekend
We are four days out from the 2020 Election. If you have yet to return your mail ballot, what are you doing? We need everyone to return their ballots as soon as possible to ensure they will count.
There are some legal issues surrounding mail ballots, which is why we are pushing to get all mail ballots returned before Nov. 3 to eliminate any concerns. Mail ballots can be returned at satellite election offices, secure drop boxes and at county election offices.
The Philadelphia City Commissioners have created a digital voter information sheet to ensure you have the latest, up-to-date information.
Additional drop boxes have been installed across the city to help ensure ballots are returned early! Take your mail ballot to a secure drop box today.
If you live in Montgomery County or the surrounding region, you can find more information on satellite election offices, drop boxes, polling places and more at senatorhughes.com/vote. There you’ll find information from the Pennsylvania Department of State, as well as county election officials to help get accurate information.
I’m working with the Urban League and leaders in our faith communities across the region to help get souls to the polls this weekend. The Multi-Faith Souls to Polls Weekend is a collaborative effort to get transportation, information, food and more to voters during this critical weekend. I encourage anyone in need of assistance to getting to the polls to reach out to a local church, the Urban League of Philadelphia or take advantage of shuttles and promotional codes for ridesharing apps.
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.