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Register to Vote in Delaware

You can register to vote by mail, in person, and over the phone.

By Mail

Delaware provides an online application system that allows you to complete a voter registration form online; however, you must print, sign, and mail the application to the address provided.

To register by mail:

You must provide your Delaware driver’s license or ID number. If you have neither, provide your Social Security number. If you’re registering by mail and have never registered before, you must provide copies of proof of photo identification OR proof of residency that shows your name and address with your application; otherwise, you must provide them the first time you vote in a Federal election. Photo ID: Your valid Delaware driver’s license or ID card. Residency: Current utility bill, bank statement, or government paystub.

Once your application is approved, you should receive your polling place card by mail within 4 weeks; if you don’t, contact your Department of Elections office.

You’ll be notified by mail if your application is rejected.

In Person

Please bring proof of photo identification or residency, as outlined above in the “By Mail” section above.

By Phone

The Department will mail you an application. After you complete it, mail it—along with a copy of your photo identification or proof of residency—to the address provided.

Deadline to Register to Vote in Delaware

You must register by the 4th Saturday prior to any Presidential, Primary, or General Election (unless you’re military or overseas - see below).

Provisional Voting

If you’ve registered to vote but your name doesn’t show up at the polls, you can opt for what Delaware calls “provisional voting.”

This means you can still vote AS LONG AS:

It’s a federal election. You can show proof of identification such as a valid driver’s license, current utility bill, or government pay stub.

You’ll find out within 30 days whether your vote was counted.

DE Military & Out-of-State Voter Registration

Generally, out-of-state Delaware voters can register by mail or over the phone, as outlined above, and then vote absentee.


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