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Polling Places API

phila.gov

Version: 1.0


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Description

This data set contains the list of polling places. It can be organized by ward/division, accessibility rating, or type of building.
This list is used to assign poll workers, send the machines and necessary accessibility materials, etc.
Endpoint: http://api.phila.gov/polling-places/v1

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