Here's a good list of links to help you prepare for Primary Election Day May 15.
First of all Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.
Go the Philadelphia City Commissioners Office for information on polling places
The Committee of Seventy has nonpartisan voter information
Crowdpac offers objective Voting information. You can create a ballot and find out which Presidential candidate is your best match. There’s also a cool tool that lets your find out how liberal or conservative you are based on your Twitter handle
Visit Ballotpedia for general information about state and local government, public policy, law and the 2016 elections.
Ballot Ready allows voters in select states including Pennsylvania to look up their personalized ballot. Crowdsourced (but corroborated) bios, issue positions, endorsements and news hits are available for state and federal candidates.
Voters in Philadelphia and across the state can also learn about candidates and build (and share!) their personal ballot with the League of Women Voters' online Vote 411 Guide. Follow the League's local Philly chapter and statewide organization for more nonpartisan voter information.
Election Protection is a nonpartisan effort led across the country by the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. The two primary resources for voters are the Election Protection voter hotline and field programs that provide on-site assistance at polling places in targeted areas.
Confused about who to vote for in the Judicial Elections. Check out the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Voter Guide
Also don’t miss Philadelphia Magazine’s The No-Bullshit Guide to the 2017 Philadelphia Primary.
Know your rights: What to do when face with voter intimidation
Here’s where to report voter Fraud
And for those looking for some last minute guidance: