Voting in Delaware County, Ohio
The Delaware County League of Women Voters believes that we can all make a difference to enhance our democracy. We can do this by educating ourselves about the issues and the candidates and then casting our vote.
To this end, we carry out various activities including:
voter registration drives
voter education events with the Board of Elections
prepare and post Voter Guides using vote411.org
We contact all candidates for major offices and compile information to create a voter's guide for every general election Delaware, Ohio. You just have to enter your address to find your polling place and create your own personalized voters' guide where you wil find everything you need to vote! With your personalized guide, you can:
see everything that will be on your ballot,
compare candidates' positions side-by-side,
print out a personalized ballot with your choices to take with you on Election Day.
The 2020 411.org will be published September 11 or September 18. Please check back for current candidates, questions and answers.
November 3, 2020 General Election Day in the USA! BE READY!
Presently, we know the following:
Last day to register to vote is Oct. 5, 2020. Need to register ?
Any registered voter can request an absentee ballot here.
The information in this Ohio resource is clear and easy to follow. The Ohio Secretary of State will be sending this request for an absentee ballot to every registered voter. Their intention is to begin mailing these Absentee Ballot Requests from September 2 - 9th, 2020.
We’ll keep an eye on this and advise ASAP.
Early in-person voting begins Oct. 6 at the County Board of Elections at 2079 US Highway 23N - Suite 4 - Delaware OH 43015.
The drop box is available for voter ballots as well as Voter Registration and Absentee Balloting. at the BOE only. It is at the back of the building, with 3 signs indicating where the box is located. It is drive -through; It can be done accomplished by opening your car window.
On November 3, you may vote at your assigned precinct.
Be sure to have an appropriate ID. Click here for ID options
If you requested an absentee ballot and did not vote that ballot, you may go to your precinct and vote a provisional ballot, which will not be counted until 11 days after election, but it will be counted
Our best advice is make sure your voter registration has your current address, etc.
Vote early, avoid the rush and any possible COVID-19 last minute issues.
The Delaware County League of Women Voters will be reaching out to our citizens from now until the election with friendly reminders of due dates and helpful hints on the proper way to fill out absentee ballots.
Watch your email!
Most importantly VOTE!
Voting in Ohio
If you are interested in learning more about voting in Ohio, you can visit the Secretary of State's website. You can find voting rules, a calendar with all the relevant dates, and your polling place.