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REGISTERING IN-PERSON IS EASY!

To register in-person to vote, simply visit one of Delaware County’s Voter Service Centers and submit a completed voter registration application by no later than May 3, 2021, at 4:30 p.m.

If you do not have a voter registration application, simply go to any Voter Service Center and pick up a voter registration form (available in English and Spanish). You can also download a paper voter registration form [English, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Vietnamese], complete it at your convenience, and drop if off in-person at the Voter Service Center.

Note: Remember to bring your PA driver’s license or PennDOT ID if you have one. A Pennsylvania driver’s license is not required to register.



Voter Service Centers: Locations & Hours of Operation

Each of these three sites will be open through Election Day:

Media Voter Services Center

Govt. Center Building
201 W. Front Street
Media, PA 19063-2728

Mon/Wed/Thurs/Fri: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Tues: 8:30 am – 8 pm
Sat: 9 am – 12 pm



Notification of Registration Approval

If your voter registration application is approved, the county registration office will send you, via non-forwardable mail, a Voter Identification Card within 14 days of your application. If you do not receive a card, you can contact the Voter Registration Office at (610) 891-4659.



Additional Voter Registration Locations

Voters can pick up a blank voter registration application form from many locations. Examples include the following:

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) photo or driver’s license center (Find a PennDOT location near you)

U.S. Post Offices

Public Libraries

State Liquor Stores and other state agencies



Who Can Register to Vote?

Requirements for registering to vote in Delaware County:

You’re a U.S. citizen (for at least one month before the election)

You are a resident of Delaware County

You’ll be at least 18 years old before or on election day

A court has not found you to be mentally incompetent

You’re not in prison or on parole for a felony*

* Note that misdemeanants and pretrial detainees are permitted to register regardless of their incarceration status. Misdemeanants and pretrial detainees may vote by absentee ballot if they meet all other voting criteria. Felons are not permitted to vote if they are incarcerated on Election Day.

Note: You must register to vote at the address where you live – your residence address. Owning property or a business in a county does not make you a resident of that county.


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