Voters are going to the polls in Pennsylvania and New Jersey today to decide a range of local races on a decidedly low key election day.
Turnout is low in the city on a clear, sunny day.
At the Amos Rec Center at 16th and Berks Streets in North Philadephia, only five residents had cast ballots by lunchtime.
In Philadelphia, voters will choose a mayor and members of the City Council.
In the Pennsylvania and New Jersey suburbs, they'll pick from crowded ballots of those seeking office in county and local races - as well as state and local referenda.