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February 20, 2019


Get Involved

Voter Registration Available Online

Before you begin, be sure to have your Pennsylvania driver's license or PennDOT ID card handy. Once you submit your online application, it will be forwarded to the appropriate county voter registration office for processing.



Take Action

Run for committee person

Run for Judge of election

Run for Majority and Minority Inspector



Run for State Committee

The Democratic and Republican parties operate similar committee structures at the state level to develop statewide party policy, coordinate the activities of political party organizations within the counties, and endorse statewide candidates for party nomination. Democratic and Republican candidates for state committee people must run to be on the ballot.

For more information about becoming a state committee person, contact the state party offices.

The Democratic County Executive Committee of Philadelphia
219 Spring Garden Street
Philadelphia, PA 19123
(215) 241-7800


Pennsylvania Democratic Party
229 State Street
Harrisburg, PA 17101
(717) 920-8470


The Republican County Executive Committee of Philadelphia
6319 Frankford Avenue
Philadelphia, PA
(215) 561-0650


Pennsylvania Republican Party
112 State Street
Harrisburg,PA 17101
(717) 234-4901


Run for Public Office

USALA Media will partner up with local grassroots organizations to offer a series of trainings on the following topics: 

• Understanding the Ward structure 101
Leadership development
Campaign strategy
How to open a political PAC
Getting on the Ballot
Fundraising Strategy
Labor Endorsements
Public Speaking
Media Presence
Press Management   
Cultural Awareness

 The time and date of the trainings will be announced on USALA radio and USALA Magazine.



Become a Block Captain

As a Block Captain, you are the one who unites your neighborhood. Together, you can build a vision for a clean and beautiful block.



Join P.D.A.C 

Being active in your local P.D.A.C—also called Police District Advisory Council —is one of the best ways to identify community issues, analyze their causes, and develop methods for resolving these problems. The objective is to enhance the quality of life and increase public safety in your community.

P.D.A.C meetings are held once a month.



24th and 25th Police District

26th Police District


2nd Police District

7th Police district

8th Police District

15th Police District


12th Police District

16th Police District

18th Police District

19th Police District


5th Police District

14th Police District

35th Police District

39th Police District


6th Police District

9th Police District

22nd Police District


1st Police District

3rd Police District

17th Police District