As a result of the enactment of the National Voter Rights Act of 1993, any U.S. citizen residing in the State of Delaware, who meets the eligibility requirements, is afforded the opportunity to register to vote while obtaining or renewing a driver's license. You may register if you are a U.S. citizen, a permanent resident of the State of Delaware, at least 18 years old by the date of the next General Election, and be mentally competent. Ex-felons may register to vote if they meet the requirements as specified by law according to 15, Del. C Chapter 61. Part of the registration process involves selecting a political party of your choice. Options include the two majority parties, numerous minority parties or, if you do not wish to be affiliated with any political party, you may register as an Independent. Only members of a majority party (Democrats and Republicans) are eligible to vote in primary elections in the State of Delaware. In approximately one month, you will receive a polling card from your respective county elections office. This card confirms your registration and provides the name and address of the location where you will cast your vote on election day. If you have any questions or concerns, call the elections office nearest you. Thank you!

Commissioner of Elections This link opens in a new window
905 S. Governor's Ave.
Suite 170
Dover, DE 19904
302.739.4277

Department of Elections - New Castle County
820 N. French St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
302.577.3464

Department of Elections - Kent County
100 Enterprise Place
Suite 5
Dover, DE 19904
302.739.4498

Department of Elections - Sussex County
119 N. Race St.
Georgetown, DE 19947
302.856.5367