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Vote By Mail Updates :: May 18, 2020

Montgomery County is experiencing a surge in Vote by Mail applications. This is tremendous. I applaud those who are remaining safe and voting by mail.

There is still time to apply to Vote by Mail, but do it now. The Montgomery County election office is flooded with applications for the 2 June primary election. If you have not received and mailed your vote by mail ballot by 27 May, I recommend that you vote in person. Don't get caught in any mail delays. You can apply online. now. Do not risk post office delays!

To check the status of your mail-in ballot request, please use this tool provided by the Department of State. You can also call your county elections office. Please note: if you receive a mail-in ballot but are unable return the voted ballot, you may vote a provisional ballot at your polling place on election day. Be proactive to ensure your vote is counted!

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June 2nd Primary: Polling Place Changes

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be fewer polling places available for the June 2nd primary. If you intend to vote in person, please check ahead to confirm where you will need to go to vote. Polling Place

  • For Philadelphia residents, please visit the Office of the Philadelphia City Commissioners website or call 215-686-1590. Additional polling place information is available here.
  • For Montgomery County residents, please visit Voter Services or call 610-278-3280.

Vote by mail is highly encouraged.  Please apply for a vote by mail application as soon as possible and return your ballot promptly to ensure you are counted in the upcoming primary. Your vote is your voice.

Vote-by-Mail Telephone Town Hall

Telephone Town Hall

Today, 18 May, at 6:10 p.m., I will host a Telephone Town Hall about vote by mail. My guests will include Congressman Dwight Evans, Philadelphia City Commissioner Omar Sabir, Montgomery County Commissioner Ken Lawrence, Senator Larry Farnese, Senator Vincent Hughes, Senator Sharif Street, and Senator Anthony Williams. We will discuss the safety and security of voting by mail and what to do if you have not received your ballot. To join by phone or submit a question, register on my website. Listen online at

Musical Mood Boost

Give More Power to the People by the Chi-Lites

A very appropriate song on the last day to register to vote before the PA primary. Give More Power to the People by the Chi-Lites.

Be the Light,

Art Haywood
State Senator
4th District

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