Delaware County Polling Places Finalized for the May 17 Primary Election

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Released: May 10, 2022

Delaware County Elections has finalized the list of polling places for the upcoming May 17, 2022 Primary Election. In total, Delaware County’s voters from 428 precincts will vote at 250 unique polling places, with many locations serving as a polling place for multiple precincts.

Voters can locate their polling place on the Delco Votes! website at Polling places can be accessed through a look-up tool, an interactive map, and a list (available as a downloadable PDF). As a reminder, by law, voters must go to their designated polling location to vote in-person on election day.

While a small number of polling places change from election to election due to feedback from the community, construction, and other reasons, the vast majority of polling places typically remain unchanged. A total of 11 polling places for the May 17 primary have changed since the 2021 election.

These new polling places include:

  • Aston 2-W: PHCC of PA, 4072 Mount Rd., Aston
  • Chester City 1-4, 2-1: Chester Gateway Senior Apartments, 1115 Avenue of the States, Chester
  • Darby 5-1, 5-2: Darby Township Municipal Building, 21 Bartram Ave., Glenolden
  • Haverford 2-1: Llanerch Fire Company, 107 W. Chester Pike, Havertown
  • Marcus Hook 1-P: Alan McIlvain Company, 501 Market St., Marcus Hook
  • Middletown 4-1, 4-2: Middletown Township Annex (Old Library), 21 N. Pennell Rd., Media
  • Nether Providence 4-1, 4-2: Media (Acme) Shopping Center, 523 E. Baltimore Pike, Media
  • Springfield 2-1, 2-3: Volkswagen of Springfield, 300 Baltimore Pike, Springfield
  • Trainer Lennox, Lower, Upper: Trainer Borough Municipal Building, 824 Main St., Trainer
  • Upper Darby 1-1, 1-2, 1-9: Bethany Evangelical Presby Church, 5 N. Concord Ave., Havertown
  • Upper Darby 3-6: Upper Darby Kindergarten Center, 3200 State Rd., Drexel Hill
  • Upper Darby 7-4: Upper Darby Township Municipal Building, 100 Garrett Rd., Upper Darby

Polling-place change notices were mailed to voters in these precincts.

Voters also are encouraged to review a sample ballot for their precinct before voting. Voters may bring notes with their picks to help simplify voting. Sample ballots are at

Based on COVID-19 community-transmission data, social distancing is encouraged and wearing a mask is optional for both voters and poll workers.

Only registered Republicans and Democrats may participate at this Primary

There are only partisan contests on the 2022 Primary ballots, with no referenda questions. By law, that means that only voters already registered with the Democratic or Republican parties will be allowed to vote their respective party’s primary ballot.

Additional Resources: The Election Hotline, Voter Service Center and the Delco Votes! website

Delaware County voters have several resources available to help simplify the voting process. The Delaware County Election Hotline (610-891-VOTE) is operational Mon. through Fri., 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The Delaware County Voter Service Center provides a variety of in-person voter services and is available Mon. through Fri., 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Wednesdays through 8 p.m.), Saturdays 9 a.m. to noon, and on Election Day only, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. The Delaware County’s election website — Delco Votes! — provides news, sample ballots, ballot drop box locations, polling location information, access to downloadable and online forms, livestreams and recordings of Board of Elections meetings, and more at

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