Teams throughout MLS are opening up their venues as voting centers and ballot drop-offs for the upcoming general election on Nov. 3. Here's what stadiums will be opening their doors and when you can make use of their services. Also be sure to check out the MLS Unites to Vote page for all the resources you'll need to make sure your voice is heard on Election Day.
BBVA Stadium (Houston, Texas)
The Houston Dynamo, the NWSL's Houston Dash and the Harris County Clerk office announced that BBVA Stadium will serve as a Vote Center for the 2020 Presidential General Election. BBVA Stadium will be open to any registered voter in Harris County on Election Day, Nov. 3, with hours of operation from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. CT.
Voting booths will be located at Audi Sport Club on the West side of the stadium, serving as the entrance of the vote center.
In an effort to spark and energize voting interest, the Dynamo and Dash are also partnering with Rally The Vote, a nonpartisan coalition composed over 40 professional sports franchises — including several other MLS teams — teaming up to urge fans to register to vote and participate in elections. More information on Rally The Vote can be found here.
Subaru Park (Chester, Pennsylvania)
Delaware County and the Philadelphia Union have partnered to host a three-day Pop-Up Voter Service Center at Subaru Park in Chester on Friday, October 16 and Saturday, October 17 between 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sunday, October 18, from noon – 6 p.m.
The Pop-Up Voter Service Center will be managed by the Delaware County Bureau of Elections and staffed by employees of the county. Delaware County residents are invited to stop by for a variety of election services, including:
- Voter Registration
- Registration Status Confirmation
- Mail-in and Absentee Ballot Requests
- Mail-in and Absentee Ballot Drop Offs*
- Status of your Mail-in and Absentee Ballot Request
- Polling Place Location Confirmation
- Pick up of Paper Forms and Applications (Spanish and English)
- Answers to election questions regarding paper ballots, disabled voter services, provisional ballots, vote-by-mail options, etc.