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What is a Voter Service Center?

A Voter Service Center is an official County election office, managed by the Delaware County Bureau of Elections. Voter Service Centers are staffed by employees of the County and provide voting services and materials: voter registration forms, mail-in and absentee ballot applications, and answers to voters’ questions—everything necessary to ensure that Delaware County residents are informed about the electoral process and have all the materials and information they need to participate in the electoral process.



Voter Service Centers: Locations & Hours of Operation

The Delaware County Bureau of Elections will operate on Voter Service Center during the 2021 Municipal Primary Election to be held on May 18, 2021. Dates and times of operation will be posted on this page prior to first day of operation.

Media Voter Services Center

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

Please note: The Voter Service Centers that were operated during the 2020 General Election, in Chester and in Upper Darby, will not be active during the 2021 Municipal Primary Election period.

The Delaware County Board of Elections will continue to assess the viability and need for additional Voter Service Centers for future elections, including the 2021 General Election.


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