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How do I Register to Vote?

1. Register to Vote by Mail.

2. Get a voter registration form from:

  • Your Democratic committee person or Ward Leader (Contacts)
  • The Delaware County Voter Registration Office
  • The Haverford Township Free Library

 3. Apply to Register to Vote in Person

You may apply to register to vote at:

  • Your County Voter Registration Office
    Delaware County Voter Registration Office
    Government Center Building, Ground Floor
    201 W Front St.
    Media PA 19063-2728
    (610) 891-4659
  • Other designated sites such as PennDOT photo license centers, or other government offices.

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Do I qualify for an Absentee Ballot?

  • State law provides that you may vote by absentee ballot if you are absent from the municipality of residence on Election Day.

How do I get an Absentee Ballot?

  • Download an Absentee Ballot application form - Download PDF, and mail to:
    Government Center Building, Ground Floor
    201 W Front St.
    Media PA 19063-2728
  • Call the Delaware County Voter Registration Office at (610) 891-4659

After I Apply, how do I Vote?

  • After you submit an absentee ballot application form the the Election Bureau will send you the actual absentee ballot, which you must complete and returned by the absentee ballot deadline.

What is the Deadline?

  • The last day to apply for an absentee ballot is the last Tuesday prior to Election Day.

 


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Do I need Identification to Vote?

Voter ID: What You Need to Know

Only first time voters will need to show picture ID.

If you need to obtain a Photo ID :
You must go to the PennDOT Driver’s License Center in Media
Granite Run Mall (Behind ACME)
1067 W. Baltimore Pike
Media, PA 19063
 


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What is a Provisional Ballot?


Under certain circumstances, some voters will be permitted to cast a provisional ballot in the primary election. These ballots will be examined within three days of the election to determine if the person casting the ballot was indeed eligible to vote. If so, they will be counted as regular votes.

Why would I need to cast a Provisional Ballot?

Voters will be given the chance to cast a provision ballot at their polling place in the following circumstances:

  • The person claims to be registered and eligible to vote, but his or her name does not appear on the election district register and election officials at the polling place cannot: determine his or her voting status.
  • The person is a new voter at that particular polling place but cannot produce an approved form of photo or non-photo ID.
  • An election official at the polling place challenges the person’s eligibility to vote

There are two instances in which voters will be required to cast a provisional ballot:

  • The voter is voting as a result of a state or federal court order.
  • Voters who cast provisional ballots will be notified by the county board of elections subsequent to the election of the final status of their completed provisional ballot.

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What if I have a Complaint?

Voters who believe that a state or local election official or employee has violated provisions of the Help America Vote Act have the right to file a complaint with the state Bureau of Elections and have that complaint considered, ruled on and resolved within 90 days. The following are examples of circumstances under which a complaint should be filed:

  • You believe an election official or employee has violated the requirement that a new voter present an approved form of photo or non-photo ID at the polling place.
  • You are denied the opportunity to cast a provisional ballot if your voting status is challenged.
  • You believe information that is required to be posted at the polling place is incomplete, missing or inaccessible to you

Where do I get a Complaint Form?

The forms are available from:

  • The Bureau of Elections offices
    210 North Office Building
    Harrisburg, PA 17120
  • By calling the Bureau of Elections at (717) 787-5280
  • By e-mail request to RA-BCEL@state.pa.us.Download at the Pennsylvania Department of State Web site at www.dos.state.pa.us.

The purpose of the Help America Vote Act and related state laws changing voting procedures and requirements in Pennsylvania is to reduce the instances of voter fraud, and to ensure that every person who is eligible to vote and who appears to vote is given the opportunity to do so and have that vote counted.

If you are not sure you are registered or eligible to vote, or if you have a question about where your polling place is, you may contact the Delaware County Voter Registration Office at by phone at (610) 891-4659 or by e-mail at voterreg@co.delaware.pa.us.

If you have questions about voting procedure or encounter any irregularities or problems at the polling place on Election Day, you can call the Delaware County Bureau of Elections at (610) 891-4120. Attorneys are on hand at the bureau during Election Day to answer your questions or respond to your complaints.

More information about the Help America Vote Act and how it is being implemented in Pennsylvania, including an example of the voter complaint form and a more detailed description of the complaint procedure under the Help America Vote Act, is available online at www.hava.state.pa.us.


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Delaware County Voter/Election Resources

Delaware County Election Bureau: http://www.co.delaware.pa.us/depts/election.html

Delaware County Voter Registration Office: http://www.co.delaware.pa.us/depts/voterregis.html

If you are not sure you are registered or eligible to vote, or if you have a question about where your polling place is, you may contact the Delaware County Voter Registration Office at by phone at (610) 891-4659 or by e-mail at voterreg@co.delaware.pa.us.


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Voting Locations

Not sure where you vote?

Use this online Polling Place Locator, which provides the Ward and Precinct for your address and the poll location for that precinct.

Ward-Precinct
Location
1-1

 
United Presbyterian Church of Manoa
153 N. Eagle Rd.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Fellowship Hall
1-2
United Presbyterian Church of Manoa
153 N. Eagle Rd.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Fellowship Hall
1-3
 
Westgate Hills Rehabilitation Center
2050 Old West Chester Pike
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Community Room
1-4
 
Manoa Fire Company
115 S. Eagle Rd.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Board Room
Ward-Precinct
Location
2-1
 
Llanerch Fire Cpmpany
107 West Chester Pike
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Engine Bay
2-2
 
Haverford District Court
525 West Chester Pike
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Suites 103 & 105 Waiting Room
2-3
 
Old Sacred Heart School
Manoa Rd. & Wilson Ave.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Social Hall
2-4
 
Manoa Elementary School
201 S. Manoa Rd.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
LGI Cafeteria
Ward-Precinct
Location
3-1
 
Haverford Township Building
2325 Darby Rd.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Commissioner's Room
3-2
 

American Legion Nunan Slook Post #338

2200 Grasslyn Ave.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Alex Anthony Room

3-3
 
St. Denis Church Grimes Center
Campbell Ave. & St. Denis La.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Main Hall
3-4
 

St. Denis Church Grimes Center
Campbell Ave. & Denis Church La.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Meeting Room 2

Ward-Precinct
Location
4-1
 
Coopertown Elementary School
800 Coopertown Rd.
Bryn Mawr, Pa. 19010
Gym
4-2
 
Lynnewood Elementary School
1400 Lawrence Road
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Stage
4-3
 
1400 Lynnewood Elementary School
1400 Lawrence Road
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Lobby
4-4
 
St. George's Episcopal Church
4 W. Ardmore Ave.
Ardmore, Pa. 19003
Chapel
Ward-Precinct
Location
5-1
 
Haverford Monthly Meeting of Friends
855 Buck Ln.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Forum Room
5-2

Coopertown Elementary School
800 Coopertown Rd.
Bryn Mawr, Pa. 19010
Gym
5-3
Coopertown Elementary School
800 Coopertown Rd.
Bryn Mawr, Pa. 19010
Gym
5-4
Coopertown Elementary School
800 Coopertown Rd.
Bryn Mawr, Pa. 19010
Gym
Ward-Precinct
Location
6-1
 
Recchutti Propery
2908 Normandy Road
Ardmore PA 19003
Meeting Room
6-2

 

Chestnutwold Elementary School
630 Loraine Street
Ardmore PA, 19003
LGI Room

6-3
 

Lamb of God Chinese Church
825 Beechwood Rd.
Havertown, PA 19083
Social Hall

6-4

 

Chestnutwold Elementary School
630 Loraine Street
Ardmore PA, 19003
LGI Room

Ward-Precinct
Location
7-1
 
Brookline Fire House
1315 East Darby Road
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Ladder
7-2
 
Annunciation Church
401 Brookline Blvd.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Basement Church Hall
7-3
 
Haverford Township Police Station
Darby & Manoa Road
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Training Room
7-4
 
Haverford Senior High School
200 Mill Rd.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Choral Room 104 (Leedom Ave side)
Ward-Precinct
Location
8-1
 
Havertown Senior Center (Old Brookline School)
1105 Earlington Rd.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Arts/Crafts Room - Lower Level
8-2
 
St. James United Church of Christ
135 Myrtle Ave.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Fellowship Hall
8-3
 
Chatham Park Elementary School
400 Allston Rd.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Gym
8-4
 
Trinity Christian Church of Greater Philadelphia
560 Mill Rd.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Ward-Precinct
Location
9-1
 
Hope Methodist Church
1108 Steel Rd.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Kindergarten room
9-2
 
Bon Air Fire Company
541 Royal Ave.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Engine Room
9-3
 
Armenian Martyr's Congregational Church
100 Edmond Ave.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Lobby
9-4
 
Bon Air Fire Company
541 Royal Ave.
Havertown, Pa. 19083
Engine Room - Rear Entrance

 

 

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