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RECAP: Last Week's Meeting

Happy Monday, Activists! Today you'll find the video of last week's meeting for those who missed it. It was a great one. And we have some mail-in ballot and election day information for you below.

RECAP OF LAST WEEK'S MEETING We had an interesting and information-filled meeting last week. Our three speakers were State Rep. Ben Waxman, Superior Court Judge Dan McCaffery who is running for a seat on the PA Supreme Court, and Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Judge Timika Lane, who is running for a seat on the PA Superior Court. If you missed it, you can hear what they had to say in the video of the meeting at this link.

MAIL-IN BALLOT & ELECTION DAY INFO Here is a whole lot of voting information for you. Check it out for yourself and share with your friends and neighbors. You'd be surprised how many voters have questions and we have the answers here. Sharing your knowledge may get a voter to the polls! And if you've already voted, text 3 friends and remind them to vote. You'll be doing a big deal to get the vote out! If you want to see how important this election is, simply go to the Inquirer's endorsement page. Check it out here. Here are the Mail-in Ballot and Election Day tips -- 1. Election Day is Tuesday, November 7th. Polls are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. If you are in line by 8:00 you can still vote. Find your polling place at this link. 2. If you want to vote by mail, the deadline to apply for a mail-in ballot is TOMORROW, October 31. You can sign up online at this link. You must do it before 5:00 pm on October 31. 3. If you have already signed up to vote by mail, you can check your ballot status at this link. 4. Your voted Mail-in Ballot must be received by the Election Board by 8:00 pm on Election Day. Again track the status of your application and ballot at this link. 5. If you're not, mailing it, drop it in a drop box. A listing of the mail-in ballot drop boxes is at this link. 6. You can find the instructions for correctly handling your mail-in ballot to make sure you follow the rules and your vote is counted. Go to this link for the instructions. 7. More information is at or call these numbers– 877-868-3772 or 215-686-3469. 8. Want to vote at the polls after receiving your mail-in ballot? You can! Take it to the polls (with the envelopes) and they’ll take care of you. 9. If you have any problems at the polls at all, you can always vote on a provisional ballot. It will be counted. 10. Questions about what’s on the ballot? Go to the election page on our website at this link.

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