Philadelphia is home to more than 300,000 ex-offenders and many have no idea they can vote.
For New Jerseyans, Tuesday, June 3rd is the state’s Primary Elections. Here’s what you need to know.
For Pennsylvanians, Tuesday, May 20th is the state’s Primary Elections. Here’s what you need to know. The Basics: In Pennsylvania’s Primary Elections, voters choose their party’s nominees to run in the General Election by casting […]
In Somerton, where DA candidate Daniel Alvarez popped in to vote, there were voting machine problems.
In the history of our democracy, much consideration has been given to when we vote, who and how.
The only major awards show where fans determine the nominees and winners across categories of movies, music and television, “People’s Choice Awards”, has announced that voting is now open for the 40th annual award show.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Phillies are holding an online vote to determine which player will be added to their Wall Of Fame in 2013. Fans can select up to three favorites from the 12-man ballot. […]
Philadelphia residents who had problems voting in last November’s presidential election are being asked to come to City Hall this evening and tell their tale.
Back in December, the mayor appointed a six-member committee to review the November election in order to analyze feedback from the public about any problems that happened on Election Day.
The state Division on Elections has granted 14 counties until next week to finish counting ballots.
Pennsylvania’s Voter Protection Coalition is calling for state and federal investigations into the cause of problems at the polls in Philadelphia and across the Commonwealth on Election Day.
The Division of Elections has issued a new directive that gives displaced voters until 8 p.m. Friday to return email and fax ballots.
In New Jersey, voters have four methods of casting their ballots in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Governor Tom Corbett issued an executive order extending the deadlines to apply for and return absentee ballots of emergency personnel.
In an effort to make voting a little easier for New Jersey residents in the aftermath of Sandy, Governor Chris Christie announced the deadline for county clerks to accept mail-in ballot applications has been extended to the close of business on Friday, November 2.