Registration of Voters
CHAPTER 20. Registration Officers and Mobile Registration; Registration by Mail
Subchapter V. Registration Deadlines
The last date to register to vote for any presidential primary, primary, special and general election shall be the day of that election. A person may register to vote at his or her polling place from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. by submitting with that person’s application, a copy of a current and valid government-issued photo identification or a current document displaying the name and address of the person registering to vote, such as a utility bill, bank statement, government check, or paycheck. The term “current” as used in this section to forms of identification other than those that are government issued shall mean the documents must be dated within 60 days prior to the registration date.
(1) Mail applications received on or before the deadline shall be considered to be on-time and shall be immediately processed by the Department; and
(2) Applications taken by agencies in accordance with subchapter VII of this chapter and received by the Department on or before the deadline shall be considered on-time and shall be processed by the Department immediately upon receipt.75 Del. Laws, c. 232, § 27; 79 Del. Laws, c. 275, § 37; 83 Del. Laws, c. 354, § 1;
Registration applications received after the deadline shall be held and processed following that election.75 Del. Laws, c. 232, § 27; 83 Del. Laws, c. 354, § 1;
Notwithstanding any other provision in this title, the Department may process registration applications that change a registrant’s address or name until the day of any presidential primary, primary, special, or general election.75 Del. Laws, c. 232, § 27; 79 Del. Laws, c. 275, § 38; 83 Del. Laws, c. 354, § 1;