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IN-PERSON VOTING AT DELAWARE COUNTY POLLING PLACES

Election Day for the 2021 General Election is Tuesday, November 2. The polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. If you are in line when the polls close, you are entitled to vote.

Please be sure to double-check the location of your polling place before you head out to vote. As a reminder, to vote in-person on election day you must go to your designated polling location.



Where is my polling place?

Polling Place Look-Up Tool (Final May 18, 2021 Municipal Primary locations – Check back in October for 2021 General Election location)
Polling Place List (Final May 18, 2021 Municipal Primary locations)
Polling Place Map (Final May 18, 2021 Municipal Primary locations)





IN-PERSON VOTING AT THE VOTER SERVICE CENTER

Delaware County registered voters can also cast their vote-by-mail ballot in-person at the Bureau of Elections’ Voter Service Center at the Government Center Building in Media.

For more information, go to our Voter Service Centers web page.



IN-PERSON VOTING: PAPER BALLOTS

All Delaware County voters will vote using paper ballots. Most voters will hand-mark their ballots, while some voters — including disabled voters who do not have the ability to cast a hand-marked paper ballot — will use the Hart Verity Touch Writer to mark their ballot.

For more information, go to our Voting Instructions web page.


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