Voter Hotlines

  • State of Pennsylvania - official answers from the PA Department of State, interpreters available: 1-877-868-3772 or 1-877-VOTESPA
  • For issues at Philadelphia polling places: Philadelphia County Board of Elections: 215-686-1590
  • Election Protection Hotline:
    English — 1-866-OUR-VOTE (1-866-687-8683)
    Spanish/English — 888-YE-Y-VOTA
    Arabic/English — 844-YALLA-US
    Asian Languages/English — 888-API-VOTE
  • National Association of the Deaf ASL Voter Hotline: 301-818-VOTE (301-818-8683)

 

Important Dates in Pennsylvania

 

Get Involved

General Voting Information and Forms

Pennsylvania Department of State

Your registration is not complete until processed and accepted by your county voter registration office.

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

USA.gov

 

Disability-Focused Voting Resources

PA Voter Fact Sheets

Disability Rights PA

Disability Voting Coalition of Pennsylvania, a Project of Disability Rights PA

"The focus of our work is to promote voter registration, voting and civic engagement by people with disabilities, our families and allies. We have a strong focus on voting rights, access to voting, accessible polling places, and voter education."

Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD) Voter Resources

Tuesdays with Liz video: The ABCs of Voting

 

Tuesdays with Liz video: Vote by Mail

 

 

Self-Advocacy

Guardianship

RevUp Campaign and Resources

AAPD's REV UP Campaign coordinates National Disability Voter Registration Week (NDVRW) yearly, with a goal of increasing the political power of people with disabilities while also engaging candidates and the media to recognize the disability community. REV UP stands for Register! Educate! Vote! Use your Power!

Resources include Issues Guide and Election Accessibility Toolkit.

Accessibility and ADA Compliance

Research and Publications

 

Election Protection, Voter Education, and Election Day Help

Election Protection (866 Our Vote)

Administered by the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. Website includes voter helplines, voter protection field programs, and digital tools.

Committee of 70

Nonpartisan civic leadership organization that "advances representative, ethical and effective government in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania through citizen engagement and public policy advocacy."

Other Rights and Protections Resources

 

Nonpartisan Candidate and Election Information

 

Voter ID

  • Via Committee of 70: "In Pennsylvania, there IS an identification requirement for first-time voters or individuals voting in a new division, but they may show either photo or non-photo ID in order to use the voting machines." For details visit Committee of 70 Voter ID page.
  • Voter Identification (ID) for First-Time Voters: Pennsylvania Voter ID rules

 

Philadelphia Voters

 

Other Pennsylvania Voters