Delaware County Holds Demonstration of New Voting System

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Delaware County Cancels Voting Machine Demonstrations

Public health officials have issued guidance for residents to avoid large gatherings and exercise social distancing as a preventive measure to reduce the spread of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19.)

In an effort to eliminate large gatherings and allow for social distancing, the County is cancelling the voting machine demonstrations that had been set up across the County in March and April. Residents can visit the County’s website to watch a tutorial on the new machines:

Hart Verity 2.3.4 Voting System on display in March and April throughout the county

Delaware County’s new voting machines will be on display for the public at locations across the county in March and April. The public is invited to view and test the Hart Verity 2.3.4 system. Trainers will be available to answer questions.

Demonstrations will be held:


March 2 from 9:30am -12:30pm. at Radnor Memorial Library (114 W. Wayne Ave., Wayne)

March 2 from 6pm - 8pm at the Government Center (201 W. Front St., Media)

March 3 from 10 – noon at Good Neighbor Senior Center (1085 Hook Road, Sharon Hill)

March 3 from noon - 3pm at the Prospect Park Free Library (720 Maryland Ave., Prospect Park)

March 4 from noon - 3pm at the Newtown Public Library (201 Bishop Hollow Rd., Newtown Sq.)

March 5 from 1pm - 4pm at Collingdale Public Library (823 MacDade Blvd., Collingdale)

March 6 from noon - 3pm at Furness Free Library (100 Providence Rd., Wallingford)

March 9 from 10am - 1pm at Swarthmore Public Library (121 Park Ave., Swarthmore)

March 9 from 6pm - 8pm at the Government Center (201 W. Front St., Media)

March 9 from 3pm - 6:30pm Concord Twp. Building (43 S. Thornton Rd., Glen Mills, PA)

March 10 from 10am - 1pm at J. Lewis Crozer Library (620 Engle St., Chester)

March 10 from 10am - 2pm at the School House Senior Center, 600 Swarthmore Ave., Folsom)

March 10 from 4pm – 6pm at the Ridley YMCA (900 South Ave., Secane)

March 11 from 11am - 2pm at Norwood Public Library (513 Welcome Ave., Norwood)

March 11 from 3pm- 6pm at Upper Chichester Library (3374 Chichester Ave., Boothwyn)

March 12 from 10am - 1pm at Yeadon Public Library (809 Longacre Blvd., Yeadon)

March 12 from 1:30 pm - 3 pm at Pilgrim Gardens Senior Center (1074 Pontiac Road, Drexel Hill)

March 13 from noon - 3pm at Sharon Hill Public Library (250 Sharon Ave., Sharon Hill)

March 14 from 10am - 2 pm at Chester Senior Center (721 Hayes Street Chester)

March 16 from 11am - 2pm at Lansdowne Public Library (55 S Lansdowne Ave., Lansdowne)

March 16 from 3pm - 7pm at Penn State Brandywine (25 Yearsley Mill Road, Media)

March 16 6pm - 8pm at the Government Center (201 W. Front St., Media)

March 17 from 10am - 1pm at Springfield Township Library (70 Powell Rd., Springfield)

March 18 from noon - 3pm at Darby Free Library (1001 Main St., Darby)

March 18 from 3pm-6pm at Ballrooms at Boothwyn (1405 Meetinghouse Road, Boothwyn)

March 19 from 1pm - 4pm at Ridley Park Public Library (107 W Ward St., Ridley Park.)

March 19 from 4pm-6pm at the Springfield YMCA (194 W. Sproul Rd., Springfield,)

March 20 from 10am - 1pm at Haverford Township Free Library (1601 Darby Rd., Havertown)

March 20 from 10am – 2pm at the Rocky Run YMCA )1299 W. Baltimore Pike, Media)

March 21 from 10am - 2pm at Delaware County Community College/STEM Lobby (901 Media Line Rd., Marple Township)

March 23 from 2pm - 5pm at Marcus Hook Borough Library (1015 Green St., Marcus Hook)

March 23 from 4pm-6pm at the Clifton Heights Municipal Bldg. (30 S. Springfield Rd., Clifton Heights)

March 23 from 6pm - 8pm at the Government Center (201 W. Front Street, Media)

March 24 from 11am - 2pm at Brookhaven Borough (2 Cambridge Road Brookhaven)

March 24 from 3pm - 6pm at Folcroft Public Library (1725 Delmar Dr., Folcroft)

March 24 from 4:00 - 6pm at Lansdowne YMCA (2110 Garrett Road Lansdowne)

March 25 from 10am - 2pm at Haverford Area YMCA (891 North Eagle Road, Havertown)

March 25 from 3pm - 6pm at Glenolden Library (211 S Llanwellyn Ave., Glenolden)

March 26 from 10am - 1pm at Aston Public Library (3270 Concord Rd, Aston)

March 26 from 10am - 2pm at Friendship Circle Senior Center (1515 Lansdown Avenue, Darby)

March 26 from 6pm - 8pm at Yeadon Library (809 Longacre Blvd., Yeadon)

March 27 from noon - 3pm at Media-Upper Providence Library (1 E. Front St., Media)

March 27 from 1:30pm-3:30pm at Masjid al-Madinah (201 S 69th St., Upper Darby)

March 30 from 6pm - 8pm at the Government Center (201 W. Front St., Media)


April 1 from 4pm- 7:30pm at the Ridley Township Library (100 E. MacDade Blvd., Folsom)

April 2 from 1pm-3pm at Granite Farms Estates (1343 W. Baltimore Pike, Media)

April 6 from noon - 1pm at the Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired (100 W. 15th St., Chester)

April 8 from 6pm to 8pm at the Haverford Township Municipal Bldg (1014 Darby Road, Havertown)

April 18 from 10am- 1pm at Chester Charter Scholars Academy (1500 Highland Ave., Chester)

The trainings are being held to educate residents and train poll workers for the 2020 Primary.

Delaware County Council unanimously voted to purchase the Hart Verity 2.3.4 Voting System in October 2019, following a recommendation by the County’s Board of Elections. The system, certified by the PA Department of State, meets the Governor’s mandate for a verifiable paper trail. It includes plain text which voters can read to verify their vote before casting their ballot. The new voting machines will be used in the 2020 Primary, as mandated by Governor Wolf.

The County’s Board of Elections, Delaware County Council and the County’s Executive Director began researching new voting systems in 2017 to identify systems that would meet the new federal and state requirements. In Pennsylvania, every voting system and paper ballot must include plain text that voters can read to verify their choices before casting their ballot. Election officials will also use the plain text to perform pre-election testing and post-election audits and recounts.

Videos on the Hart Verity 2.3.4 Voting System can be found here:

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