Delaware Voter Registration Form – Register to Vote in DE

Updated June 03, 2022

A Delaware voter registration form can be submitted by any Delaware resident eighteen (18) years of age or older who wishes to vote in an upcoming local, state, or federal election. The State of Delaware provides an alternative online registration method for those wishing to complete the process on the computer. Voters who register using the registration form can send their forms by mail, email, or fax to their County’s Department of Elections Office. All first-time registrants must submit a photocopy of a piece of identification, such as a photo ID, a bill, a statement, a government check, or a paycheck. Registration forms and online registration submissions must be completed four (4) Saturdays before an election.

Check Your Voting Statushttps://ivote.de.gov/voterview

Deadline – Voters will not be able to register after the fourth Saturday before election day.

Find a Polling Placehttps://ivote.de.gov/voterview

Register Onlinehttps://ivote.de.gov/voterview/registrant/newregistrant

Where to Send Voter Registration Form – Forms can be mailed, emailed, or faxed to the registrant’s county Department’s Office. Forms can be submitted in person to any one of the locations mentioned under the subsection “How do I register to vote or update my record?“.

Voter ID (§ 4937) – Identification or proof of identity is recommended, as it speeds up the voting process.

How to Write

Step 1 – Download the Delaware Voter Registration Form (PDF Format).

Step 2 – First, select the “YES” checkbox to confirm U.S. citizenship. Individuals who select “NO” are prohibited from submitting this form. The first section of the form asks for the voter’s personal information, including the following:

  • Full name
  • Date of birth
  • Delaware driver’s license number or ID number
  • Social Security number (if neither of the above IDs was provided)
  • Party affiliation

Step 3 – The second part of the form requires that the applicant enters their current address including the county and school district in which they reside. If the mailing address is different from the one provided, that data should be submitted in the appropriate fields.

Step 4 – The preferred method of communication should be submitted so that the election office can contact the applicant. Below this, one can submit if they’re registered to vote anywhere else including their previous name and address.

Step 5 – The form should be reviewed before signing it and providing the day’s date.

Step 6 – Voter registration forms can be mailed, faxed, or scanned and emailed to the registrant’s  County Department of Elections. Individuals wishing to deliver the form in-person have a few other options, including the DMV, the DHSS, or the Department of Labor.