ABSENTEE COVID-19 Update: Absentee Voting Process & COVID-19 Quick Reference Guide for School Elections
PLEASE NOTE: During the current State of Emergency, voters are permitted to vote by absentee for the reason: "I am sick, or physically disabled" if they are impacted by COVID-19.This includes those who are practicing self-quarantining or social distancing.
Source: Dept of Elections
Absentee Voting Deadlines
- May 27 - Return the affidavit to the Department of Elections 4 days before the election if you want your ballot mailed to you. Dept. of Elections recommends returning the affidavit by May 27.
- You can vote at the Department of Elections before 12 Noon the day before the election.
- June 9, 8 PM - Return the voted ballot to the Department of Elections before 8 p.m. on Election Day.
Absentee Voting FAQs
What is absentee voting?
Who can vote by absentee ballot?
What are the deadlines?
Will the Department of Elections mail an absentee ballot to me?
Can I vote at the Department of Elections Office?
How do I return my voted ballot?
What if I have a problem?
How can I contact the Department of Elections?
How do I find out if you counted my ballot?
Have a question about the voting process?
Contact the Department of Elections
Carvel State Office Building
820 North French Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
Phone: (302) 577-3464
Fax: (302) 577-6545
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