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Election Calendar

Voter Registration

Are you ready to vote?

1-Are you registered? April 16 is the last day to register before the May 15th Spring Primary.

2-You must be registered to vote as a Democrat or Republican to vote in the May 15, Spring Primary Election.
You do NOT need an ID unless you voting for the first time at your polling place. Visit First Time Voter for more information.

Voting Machine Online Demo

For information, ballots and polling places, contact:

Learn more about the candidates you can vote for on Vote411.org

For more information, contact:
Delaware County Government Center Bldg.
201 W. Front St.
Media, PA 19063-5337
610-891-4673

Learn more about Provisional Ballots and how they are handled in Delaware County.

Absentee Ballot

Need an absentee ballot because you won't be home for the election on May 15? This is a 2 step process:

  • 1- Apply by May 8th to receive an absentee ballot online or go to the Delaware County Election Bureau, 201 W. Front St.Media, PA 19063-5337, 610-891-4673

  • 2- Fill out the absentee ballot mailed to you with the list of candidates running for office and return to Election Bureau by 5 pm May 11.

Absentee Ballot Application

What Pennsylvanians Need to Know About Civilian Absentee Ballots from the PA Department of State.

If you have health issues and can no longer come to the polls, you can apply for a Permanent Absentee Ballot which must be signed by a doctor so that an absentee ballot is sent to you automatically each election.

Application for an Emergency Ballot for those who find after 5 PM on the Friday before the election that they cannot be at the polls on Election Day.

For further information contact:

Delaware County Government Center Bldg.
201 W. Front St.
Media, PA 19063-5337
610-891-4673

Election Information

Be sure to register and then to vote, but before you do, understand what the 2018 elections are all about - vote SMART!