Make your plan to vote using these resources to help!
We hope the information below is useful in helping you to make your plan to vote and get your vote in! For additional questions not answered here, we encourage you to go to Pennsylvania’s official voting information website at votespa.com.
If you have a question on Election Day, call Pennsylvania’s toll free voter hotline from the PA Department of State at 1-877-868-3772.
While you’re here, you can also click here to sign up for upcoming events with our campaign, click here to donate to help fund our campaign, or click here to learn more about Carl’s stances on the issues.
“Do I need to be registered as an Independent to vote for an Independent candidate?”
Nope! Carl Redwood is running as an Independent to represent District 10 in the General Election, and everyone can vote for Carl, regardless of their party registration.
Voting In Person
Election Day is Tuesday, November 7th. Polls will be open from 7AM–8PM. Be sure you know where to go!
Questions about how to fill out your mail-in ballot?
Read the instructions that come along with your ballot carefully and mark your ballot. Be sure to complete the front and back of each page. You can click below for additional general steps on how to vote, prepare, and return your mail ballot.
Where is my mail-in or absentee ballot?
YourMail-in or Absentee Ballot status can be tracked by completing form linked below. You cannot use the tracker to track the status of a ballot voted in person on Election Day.
Check Your Voter Registration Status
It’s easy to find out if you are already registered to vote in Pennsylvania or at what address using an online form. You can check your voter registration status online or by phone. You can call Call 1-877-VOTESPA, or click the link below.
My name is Carl Redwood, Jr., and I’m running as an Independent to represent District 10 in Allegheny County Council.
Running for the poor and working class. I am running to put people over profits in Allegheny County. A better County is possible. I see a future of housing for all, clean air and water for all, a livable climate for all, and a new vision of health and safety for all. This future will not be built overnight, but let’s try, starting now.
Funded by the poor and working class. I have pledged to refuse donations from fossil fuel companies, health insurance interests, real estate interests, police unions and corporate PACs. A politician cannot put people over profits when their campaign is funded by the profits of powerful corporations. This campaign will be funded by the people.
Power to the poor and working class. To build a County for the working class, especially for our most vulnerable communities, we must organize collective organizations to build solidarity, and exercise democracy along with collective power. I will use my campaign and office to support the organizing of workers’ unions, tenant unions, and a people’s assembly, using both my power as a legislator and as a community organizer. I can’t take on the rich and powerful alone, and I don’t want to. We need power for the many—not the few.
If you’d like to learn more about me, my campaign, or how to get involved, you can use the menu at the top of the page or the buttons below to navigate to additional pages with more information about my campaign and my vision for Allegheny County.