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Mail ballot drop box and drop-off locations for the 2021 primary election in Philly

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You must return your vote before the close of voting on May 18.

Danya Henninger / Billy Penney

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Mail ballot drop boxes are open for the 2021 primaries in Philadelphia.

Features a race for the May 18 election Philadelphia District Attorney And a lot of judicial races, plus four questions about changes to the Pennsylvania Constitution and one question about the city charter.

check it out The Billy Penn Procrastinator’s Guide to the Elementary for all the details here.

This marks the second year in Pennsylvania with no-execute mail voting. Applications for postal ballots opened in February. If you applied to become a “Permanent” postal voter in the previous year, You must still apply again to receive the ballot for 2021.

More than 365,000 Philadelphians voted by mail in last year’s presidential race slightly less than half of the historical turnout. Turnout is generally low in such non-year municipal elections, and it is unclear whether we will see a spike with the district attorney running at the top of the ticket. A total of about 150,000 voters cast ballots in the 2017 final district attorney race.

You haven’t applied yet? Deadline is May 11. you can do it online VotesPA.com/mailballotapply.

You can also visit Philadelphia City Hall in person. Registered voters can visit the County Board of Elections office in Room 140 and apply, vote, and return a postal ballot in a single visit. Office is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

If you already have your ballot, you can return it at 14 locations across the city—you don’t need to find the ballot in your polling division. But you can’t leave someone else’s ballot unattended for them filling out this paperwork First.

There is also an office of Municipal Commissioners. Hosting a series of two-hour pop-up events All over the city where you can hand over your voted ballot directly. Scroll down for a list of dates and times.

Ballots must be received by election officials until the close of voting: Tuesday, May 18 at 8 p.m.

Each drop-off location is monitored by security cameras round the clock.

  • City Hall (South Broad Apron): 1400 John F. Kennedy Blvd., 19107
  • Riverview Place (Columbus Boulevard side of the building): 520 N. Columbus Blvd., 19123
  • Eastern State Peninsula: 2027 Fairmount Avenue, 19130
  • Markward Playground: 400 S. Tane St., 19146
  • Pelbano Rec. Center: 8101 Bustleton Avenue, 19152
  • Ford Pal Rec. Center: 609 Snyder Avenue, 19148
  • Smith Playground: 2100 S. 24th St., 19145 19
  • Vogt rec. Center: 4131 Unruh Avenue, 19135,
  • Independence Branch Library: 18 S. 7th St., 19106
  • Dorothy Emanuel Rec. Center: 8500 Pickering Street, 19150
  • Pleasant Playground: 305 Slocum Street, 19119
  • Schisler Rec. Centre: 1800 Blair Street, 19125
  • Chalfont Playground: 4382 Deerpath Lane, 19154
  • Stanton Playground: 4600 N 16th, 19140

Saturday, May 8

  • WC Longstreth Elementary, 5700 Willow Ave. (9 am to 11 pm)
  • Water Tower Rec Center, 209 E. Hartwell Ln. (9 am to 11 am)
  • Ellen Locke Elementary, 4550 Haverford Ave. (12 pm to 2 pm)
  • Shawmont Elementary, 535 Shawmont Ave. (12 pm to 2 pm)
  • Lincoln Financial Field, Pattison Avenue’s Lot K. (12 pm to 2 pm)
  • Overbrook Elementary, 2032 N. 62nd St. (3 to 5 p.m.)
  • McMichael Park, 3299 Midwell Ave. (3 to 5 pm)

Monday, May 10

  • McMichael Park, 3299 Midwell Ave. (from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm)

Wednesday, May 12th

  • Ellen Locke Elementary, 4550 Haverford Ave. (from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm)

Thursday, May 13

  • Shawmont Elementary, 535 Shawmont Ave. (from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm)

Saturday, May 15

  • Water Tower Rec Center, 209 E. Hartwell Ln. (9 am to 11 am)
  • Feltonville Intermediate School, 238 E. Wyoming Ave. (9 am to 11 am)
  • Shawmont Elementary, 535 Shawmont Ave. (12 pm to 2 pm)
  • Julia De Burgos Elementary, 401 W Leigh Ave. (12 pm to 2 pm)
  • McMichael Park, 3299 Midwell Ave. (3 to 5 pm)
  • Liacours Center, 1776 N. Broad St. (3 to 5 p.m.)

Sunday, May 16

  • Parkwest Town Center, 52nd & Jefferson (9 a.m. to 11 a.m.)
  • Washington High School, 10175 Bustleton Ave. (9 a.m. to 11 p.m.)
  • Ellen Locke Elementary, 4550 Haverford Ave. (12 pm to 2 pm)
  • J. Hampton Moore School, 6900 Somerdale Ave.. (12 pm to 2 pm)
  • Bartram High School, 2401 S. 67th St (3 to 5 pm)
  • Bridesburg Rec Center, 4625 Richmond St.. (3 to 5 p.m.)

Monday, May 17

  • Curran Fromhold Correctional Facility, 7901 State Road. (4 to 6 pm)

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