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Latest Election News and Updates

Check this page for election news, updates, and reminders. Notices regarding election results will be posted here on and after Election Day. You can also access notices, agendas, and video recordings of Election Board meetings through the Election Board Meeting Archive page.

Results of the May 18, 2021 Municipal Primary are available, including data for write-in candidates - 6/16/21

Write-In Candidate Accumulation Request Form Submission Deadline is June 4, 4:30 p.m. - 6/4/21

Board of Elections to Meet on June 7 to Certify Results of the 2021 Municipal Primary - 6/3/21

Statement from Delaware County Regarding a Shortage of Ballots - 5/19/21

The Delaware County 2021 Municipal Primary Election Day Guide - 5/17/21

Ballot Measures and Constitutional Amendments up for Consideration by all Delaware County Voters - 5/15/21

Update Regarding Mask Guidance for the Tuesday, May 18 Municipal Primary Election - 5/14/21

What to Do If Your Vote-by-Mail Ballot Has Not Arrived - 5/13/21

Deadline for Requesting a Vote-by-Mail Ballot is Tuesday, May 11 - 5/11/21

Board of Elections Meeting Scheduled for Wednesday, May 12 - 5/7/21

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Delaware County Board of Elections Archive

The Delaware County Board of Elections meetings provide a wealth of news and information related to upcoming elections. Visit the About Us web page for more information about the Board of Elections’ roles and responsibilities, as well as a link to the Election Board Meeting Archive.

Here are the agendas and recorded meeting videos of the most recent Election Board Meetings:

June 7, 2021

May 12, 2021

April 28, 2021

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