Voter ID rules are different based on how you decide to cast your ballot.
You can vote using an absentee ballot if:
You will need to apply to receive your absentee ballot. You can request your ballot online, in person at your local election office, or send a completed application by mail, email, or fax.
Voters with disabilities or illness can also request to vote and return their ballot electronically.
You do not need to include a copy of your ID with your application or when you return your completed ballot.
Delaware asks you to show an acceptable ID when voting in person. If you don’t an ID that works, you can still vote a regular ballot if you sign a form affirming your identity.
You can use one or more of these documents to confirm your identity and address:
You can also vote if most of the election officers at the polling place can confirm that they recognize you and know your identity and address.
Page Updated: August 2023