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Delaware Voter Guides & Resources

Important Voting Deadlines

Next Election (Primary) — September 13th, 2022

Last Day to Register – August 20th, 2022

Last Day to Register Online — August 20th, 2022

Deadline to Return Absentee Ballot — September 13th, 2022, 8:00 p.m.

Absentee Requirement

A voter in Delaware is eligible to vote absentee in an election if he or she cannot make it to the polls on Election Day for one of the following reasons:

•The nature of the voter’s work prevents him or her from being at the polling place on Election Day (this includes students).

• The voter’s service to the United States or to the state prevents him or her from going to his or her polling place. Spouses or dependents of the person in service also qualify. Public service includes services in the military, the American Red Cross, etc.

• The voter is temporarily residing outside of the United States.

• The voter’s religion prevents him or her from going to the polling place.

• The voter is on vacation on Election Day.

• The voter is ill or disabled.

• The voter is incarcerated.

Registration Deadlines & Requirements

Delaware Registration Deadline

In-Person: The fourth Saturday before Election Day.

By Mail: Postmarked by the fourth Saturday before Election Day.

Online: The fourth Saturday before Election Day.

Delaware Registration Requirements

To register to vote in Delaware you must:

• Be a citizen of the United States

• are a resident of Delaware

• will be 18 years old on or before the date of the next General Election. You may not register to vote in Delaware if you:

• have been adjudged mentally incompetent. Adjudged mentally incompetent refers to a specific finding in a judicial guardianship or equivalent proceeding, based on clear and convincing evidence that the individual has a severe cognitive impairment which precludes exercise of basic voting judgment

• were convicted of a felony and have not completed your sentence

• were convicted of a disqualifying* felony and have not been pardoned. *List of Disqualifying Felonies:

murder or manslaughter, (except vehicular homicide), any felony constituting an offense against public administration involving bribery or improper influence or abuse of office, or any like offense under the laws of any state or local jurisdiction, or of the United States, or of the District of Columbia, or any felony constituting a sexual offense, or any like offense under the laws of any state or local jurisdiction or of the United States or of the District of Columbia

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