- The way a person who cannot go to a Polling Place on Election Day can vote.
- A person can vote absentee by mail or at the Department's office.
A person who:
- Is a United States citizen;
- Is a Delaware citizen;
- Lives in the school district where the election is being held;
- Is at least 18 years old;
- Completes and signs an absentee affidavit; and
- Cannot vote on Election Day because of a reason on the affidavit.
- Return the affidavit 4 days before the election if you want your ballot mailed to you.
- You can vote in our office before 12 Noon the day before the election.
- Return the voted ballot to our office before 8 p.m. on Election Day.
- Call the Department and ask us to mail one to you;
- Pick one up at the Department; or
- Print the one you need from one of the links below.
School Board Elections
- The Department gets your affidavit at least 4 days before the election;
- Your affidavit is filled out and signed by you; and
- You are eligible to vote in the election.
Yes, if you:
- Come to the Department between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. on normal business days, or before 12 Noon the day before the election.
- Bring a government issued photo ID - Drivers license, State ID card, Passport, etc.
- Mail it to the Department;
- Take it to the Department; or
- Have someone take it to the Department for you.
- Call, email or FAX the Department;
- Come to the Department before 12 Noon the day before the election.
- Call us at (302) 739-4498;
- Email us;
- Send a FAX to (302) 739-4515; or
- Write or visit the Department:
Department of Elections for Kent County
100 Enterprise Place, Suite 5
Dover, DE 19904
- Call, e-mail, or fax the Department;
- Stop by the office; or
- Write to the Department.