Election Day is tomorrow Tuesday, November 8th — we encourage all registered voters in Lower Moyamensing to cast their ballot for a number of key races, including Governor, Lt. Governor, U.S. Senator, U.S. Representative, and State Representative. The Committee of Seventy has put together a voting guide where you can explore a sample ballot for your own address.
All polling places will be open on election day from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Find your polling place by visiting https://atlas.phila.gov/voting and inputting your address. Below is also a list of polling places for all divisions in Ward 39, which includes the entire LoMo neighborhood.
Have you voted by mail? Check the status of your mail-in ballot at https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/pages/ballottracking.aspx.
Still haven’t turned in your mail-in ballot? Please note that it’s too late to mail in your ballot at this time. Return your completed, signed, and dated mail-in ballot to a ballot drop off location by 8pm on Tuesday. The closest ballot drop off location is at the Ford PAL Center located at 609 Snyder Ave.
Ward 39 Polling Locations
|FUMO BRANCH LIBRARY||2437 S BROAD ST||39-1, 39-31, 39-43|
|MASTERY THOMAS CHARTER SCHOOL||927 JOHNSTON ST||39-4, 39-12, 39-29, 39-33, 39-41, 39-44|
|FORD RECREATION CENTER||609 SNYDER AVE||39-9, 39-10, 39-19, 39-28, 39-40|
|SOUTH PHILA HIGH SCHOOL||2101 S BROAD ST||39-25, 39-30, 39-34, 39-35, 39-37, 39-38, 39-42|
|BOK BUILDING||1901 S 9TH ST||39-27, 39-32|
|JENKS SCHOOL TRAILER||2501 S 13TH ST||39-39|
|MARCONI PLAZA BOCCE COURTS||2800 S BROAD ST||39-36|
|PGW BUILDING [BROAD & TASKER]||1601 S BROAD ST||39-46|
|GARAGE||830 RITNER ST REAR||39-18|
|STOREFRONT (Costins’ house)||2302 S 7TH ST||39-23|
|CHICKIES & PETE’S PLAY 2||1526 PACKER AVE||39-14|
|SEAFARERS UNION HALL||2604 S 4TH ST||39-2, 39-11, 39-13, 39-16, 39-24|
|TAGGART SCHOOL||400 W PORTER ST||39-3, 39-17, 39-22|
|WHITMAN BRANCH LIBRARY||200 SNYDER AVE||39-7, 39-21|
|SNYDER AVE CONGREGATION CHURCH||300 SNYDER AVE||39-8, 39-15, 39-20|
Thank you for making your voice heard in the 2022 Midterm Elections!
Additional information for those that have completed their mail-in ballot:
Please note that the Philadelphia City Commissioners have posted lists of 3,405 voters whose returned ballots have issues that would likely keep their votes from being counted. You can view the lists at the links below:
These voters have two options:
- Request a replacement ballot at City Hall Room 140. This office is open Monday 9am-5pm, and Tuesday 9am-7:30pm. Voters unable to travel to City Hall due to a disability may authorize a designated agent to pick up a replacement ballot and/or return a completed ballot using this Designated Agent Form. A voter unable to request a new ballot at City Hall before the end of Election Day can…
- Cast a provisional ballot at their polling place. Poll workers must provide a provisional ballot upon request. Every ballot is reviewed and only those cast by registered voters are counted.