YO, PHILLY, it's time to vote!
Polls open at 7 a.m. for today's high-stakes primary elections and close at 8 p.m.
Go to VotesPa.com, find your polling place and help decide who will run for governor, Congress, the state General Assembly and a bunch of other positions.
Pennsylvania is a closed-primary state, meaning that only Democrats can vote in Democratic-nominating contests and likewise for Republicans.
But if you're not registered with either party, you still have reasons to vote. There are three proposed amendments to the city Home Rule Charter on today's ballot, plus a special election for a vacant City Council seat. In that match, Democrat Ed Neilson, Republican Matthew Wolfe and Libertarian Nikki Allen Poe are facing off for the seat vacated by School Reform Commission chairman Bill Green IV.