Primary elections in Delaware are on Tuesday, July 7th. COVID-19 makes this election unique and there a number of new regulations voters should watch out for. For example, every voter in DE received a mail-in-ballot and they are encouraged to use this option. See below. In this guide, we provide answers to some frequently asked questions.
Registered voters will be casting votes for the following offices:
- President of the United States
- One representative each for U.S. Senate and U.S. House
- State-wide Offices: Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Insurance Commissioner, State Senate and State Representative seats for many districts.
- Offices in New Castle County: Clerk of the Peace, County Executive, President of County Council, County Council Districts 7 – 12
- Offices in the City of Wilmington: Mayor, City Treasurer, President of City Council, City Council Districts 1 – 8, City Council at Large (4 Seats).
* To vote for above offices, you need to be a registered Democrat or Republican.
Can I vote in person on Tuesday, June 7?
- Yes. But be sure to social-distance as well. Learn more about your polling station by entering your address at: Delaware Voter Information.
I applied for a mail-in-ballot but I am not sure if I can mail it back on time. Do I have an alternative? How do I complete my ballot?
- Yes, there are many alternatives to this situation. Deadlines and other information can be found at: Absentee Voting Information.
If I need help, where can I turn?
- English: 866-OUR-VOTE (Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law)
- Arabic/English: 844-YALLA-US (Arab American Institute (AAI))
- Spanish/English: 888-VE-Y-VOTA (NALEO Educational Fund)
- Asian Languages/English: 888-API-VOTE (APIAVote & Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAJC))
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