Not sure where to go or what you’re voting for? Here’s a comprehensive guide to take you from your doorstep to the ballot box.
You know this midterm election will have wide-ranging repercussions, but you’re not quite sure why. Here’s a selection of stories from The DP that can help get you up to speed.
Key members of the Penn community and The DP’s columnists weigh in on the upcoming election.
The number of people running in the midterm election this year is one of the highest in a generation. They include various Penn alumni — many of them women.
President Donald Trump labeled the midterm elections "one of the most important of our lifetime." New Jersey Senator Cory Booker (D) called them "the most important election of our lifetime."
Much is at stake come Nov. 6 — Republicans could lose control of both houses of Congress, Democrats could gain an opportunity to launch investigations into the Trump White House, and on local levels 87 of the 99 state legislature chambers and 36 governorships could turn over.
The fallout from the elections will affect Penn in a variety of ways, from Supreme Court decisions that could spell the end of affirmative action to higher education laws that could change the way financial aid is distributed.Read More
Everything you need to know to physically vote, including where to go, what to bring, and what to expect when you enter the voting booth.Read More