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Dear Friends and Neighbors,

With school starting this month for many, we are reminded of the importance of this November’s election (for school board, but also judges, commissioners and treasurer). With all of the uncertainty we have had to face this last year and a half, we think its time to embrace vote by mail. Mail-in voting in PA is here to stay (at least for now). It has appropriate curbs to limit abuse and is a great tool to ensure that every eligible Republican voter can vote in this “off-year” election.

You can register today for mail-in voting and your ballot will be mailed to you in early October. If you think there is even a chance that you will be traveling due to work or personal reasons, please apply today. We would like to help make voting by mail even easier by providing the necessary links as well as helpful tips below.

Let’s win in November by embracing the convenience of mail-in voting!

Howard Gartland
Radnor Republican Committee
How to Sign Up
First, ensure that you are registered to vote in Radnor Township, Delaware County, PA.
You can verify your registration here.

After you verify that you are registered to vote, you can then apply for a mail in/absentee ballot either online OR by visiting the Delaware County Bureau of Election in Media. To apply online, click here. We have also provided a QR code below. We encourage you to share this link with your family members and friends as well.

Mail-in ballots will be mailed to all those who have registered for mail-in voting during the last week in September (tentatively).

Last day to register for a mail-in ballot is October 26, 2021.

Mail-in ballots must be received at the Delaware County Bureau of Elections not later than 8 pm on Tuesday November 2nd via USPS Mail, in person by the voter, or via Drop Box at your polling location.
Vote By Mail Link
Once You Receive Your Ballot
  1. Read the instructions carefully and complete your ballot. Be sure to complete the front and back of each page. There is NOT a method to vote straight party ticket any longer.
  2. Include a copy of your photo ID if this is your first time to vote.
  3. Seal your ballot in the inner secrecy envelope that indicates official election ballot. Do not make any marks on the inner secrecy envelope.
  4. Seal the inner secrecy envelope in the pre-addressed outer return envelope. Complete, sign and date the voter's declaration on the outside of the outer return envelope. If you do not sign AND date below the declaration on the return envelope, your ballot will not be counted.
  5. There is no reason to wait or hesitate – complete the ballot and return ASAP. The voter will receive confirmation that the ballot was received if submitted in a timely manner.
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