The Committee of Seventy fights for clean and effective government, fair elections and a better informed citizenry in Philadelphia and the region.
The Committee of Seventy was established in 1904 for the express purpose of combating corruption in Philadelphia, playing a major role in the adoption of civil service reforms and the passage of the 1919 and 1951 Home Rule Charters.
A nonprofit and nonpartisan organization, Seventy does not endorse candidates or represent any special interests.
An online polling place and elected official look-up tool that enables users to access information about the local, state, and national officials serving any Philadelphia-region address. After entering a location, users can view nearby polling places and elected officials for that location, with an accompanying map. Users can also download results as text files. Data is drawn from the Committee of Seventy as well as the Philadelphia City Council, the Philadelphia City Planning Commission (PCPC), and other city of Philadelphia agencies.