Delaware County voters now have access to 32 ballot drop boxes distributed around the county. The boxes were set up and open for business Tuesday, Oct. 20.
The ballot drop boxes augment traditional Nov. 3 in-person voting and vote-by-mail, both of which are also still available.
Voters can securely drop their mail-in ballots into the drop box without interacting with election staff or with a mail carrier. No postage is required.
Any ballot drop box can be used, regardless of where you live in the county.
Each of the ballot drop boxes is secured in place, locked and sealed, and under 24/7 video surveillance. Completed ballots will be retrieved daily by County election personnel.
In addition to ballot boxes located at the Voter Service Centers in Media, Upper Darby, and Chester, drop boxes are also located in:
Specific locations as well as hours of operation for the drop boxes can be found by clicking the Delco Votes! Website link here. The website also has vital voting information that will help citizens through this year’s election process.