Turns out Philadelphia’s polls are already open. Sort of. City Paper wants you to vote, because even though primary day probably won’t even draw as many people as PIFA’s Broad Street fair, this election is a big one.
If you just can’t wait until Tuesday, use City Paper’s handy online ballot. It’s just like the real one, but with a few fun glitches that make voting slightly more fun.
All offices are fair game, and results should be ready by primary night, May 17. Just don’t get so caught up that you forget to vote in the actual primary.
Don’t know where your polling place is? Committee of Seventy can help with that.