Monday, July 28, 2014
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It's Election Day

Head over to Philly Clout for up-to-the-minute updates -- including from IOM's Anthony Campisi, who's out working as a Committee of Seventy volunteer poll watcher and should have some interesting observations throughout the day.

It's Election Day

Head over to Philly Clout for up-to-the-minute updates -- including from IOM's Anthony Campisi, who's out working as a Committee of Seventy volunteer poll watcher and should have some interesting observations throughout the day.

Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.; you can find your polling place here.

Not sure who to vote for? Here's a breakdown of candidate's views, here's the DN's gubernatorial endorsement, and here's it's Senatorial endorsement. And here again is our four-minute breakdown of the four ballot questions.

Happy voting.

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