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Radnor Township Building Mail Ballot Drop Box is Now Active for Voting

The Radnor Democratic Committee strongly suggests that you use the drop box for your vote rather than the U.S. Mail this close to the election. Daily Collection. Open 24 hours. (10/29/20)






Counties cannot reject mail ballots because of mismatched signatures, Pa. Supreme Court rules


Need a Ride to the Polls? – Lyft is offering a discount on Election Day.


The Case Against Donald Trump – End Our National Crisis (New York Times 10/18/21)

Biden – Vote for American Inspirational Ad





New England Journal of Medicine Breaks Tradition and Endorses Biden – Dying in a Leadership Vacuum

Throughout its 208-year history, The New England Journal of Medicine has remained staunchly nonpartisan. The world’s most prestigious medical journal has never supported or condemned a political candidate.

Until now.



Delaware County Bureau of Elections Releasing Mail-in Ballots – 10/5/20 -read press release

Delaware County is Announcing the Opening of Three Voter Service Centers

Each Voter Service Center will allow Delaware County residents to register to vote, check their registration status, determine their polling location, request a mail-in or absentee ballot, or drop off* a mail-in or absentee ballot. Residents can also ask the trained staff for information related to the upcoming election.

The locations of the Voter Service Centers and their hours of operation are:

  • Media – Government Center Building (201 W. Front Street, Media, PA)

Mon/Wed/Fri: 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. | Tue/Thu: 8:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. | Sat: 9:00 a.m. – noon

  • Upper Darby – 20 South 69th Street, 4th Floor, Upper Darby

Mon/Wed/Fri: 7:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m. | Sat: 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. | Not open Tue/Thu

  • Chester City Hall – 1 Fourth Street, Chester.

Mon-Fri: 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. | Sat: 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

Full Press Release

Donate Now to Support Critical Voter Turnout and Early Voting in Pennsylvania and Philadelphia.




Delaware County Election Bureau


Ways to Vote in the 2020 General Election


Note for In-person voting:

Your usual Radnor voting location may be subject to change due to adjustments required for COVID-19. As of 10/27/20, this is the list of current polling locations.


Note for vote by mail:

Communicate to your friends and neighbors that they can vote by mail, but they must meticulously follow the directions, or their ballot will not be counted!! A few important points:

There is no longer a “straight ticket” box to check. You must mark the ballot for every office.

• You should not place your ballot in the mail after October 15th – take it to the Drop Box at the township building or directly to Media. Official list of Delco of Drop Boxes. Please do not deposit your mail-in ballot in any other election drop box but a Delaware County drop box–a Lower Merion drop box deposit WILL INVALIDATE YOUR VOTE.)

• You must seal your ballot in the secrecy envelope and then put that secrecy envelope into the larger envelope or it won’t be counted! (please read the directions carefully).
What is a Naked Ballot?

If you receive your ballot late, you have the option of bringing it to the drop box at the Radnor Township building or voting at your polling location by bringing your mail in ballot and having your Judge of Elections destroy your ballot and you may then vote as normal.

For more general questions, please go to

Return your vote by mail ballot by:

  1. Sending it in the mail. Allow time for delivery ¬– the ballot must be received by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
  2. Delivering it in person to a County election office (you may only hand-deliver your own ballot). Check back on this page for a list of approved locations and hours. The Bureau of Elections office at 201 W. Front Street in Media is currently open 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday–Friday.
  3. Depositing it one of Delaware County’s approved ballot drop boxes.
    Seal your voted ballot in the provided privacy envelope and then the official return envelope. Make sure to sign and date the declaration on the outside of the return envelope.

It’s important to know your vote is final once your county receives your voted mail ballot. However, you may cast a regular in-person ballot at your polling place by surrendering your mail ballot and envelope to the judge of elections to be voided.

What is an election drop box? (Guidance paper from the Federal Government)



Elections officials will count Pennsylvania mail ballots around the clock until they’re done – Philadelphia Inquirer (9/18)

Voting victories for Democrats in Pa. might have closed the door on more election reform – Philadelphia Inquirer (9/18)

Democrats land legal wins on mail ballot deadline, drop box use in Pennsylvania




Receive a FREE Biden/Harris lawn sign when you pick up your packet! WE also have Deb Ciamacca and Jenn O’Mara signs!!

Just sign up here:

If you can only make it in the afternoons on Sundays, the bagged literature and maps will be left on tables in the garage. BUT, these items go fast!!

See you there! Thank you.



MaskUpRadnor!: A Community Health Information Campaign

Campaign poster

7 Steps to Health




Democratic National Convention | 2020

Joe Biden’s Speech

Kamala Harris’ Speech

Barack Obama’s Speech


Joe Biden for President and Kamala Harris for Vice President – Learn more

Please Support Biden / Harris – Donate Here



MARY GAY SCANLON -Pennsylvania 5th Congressional District

JOSH SHAPIRO – PA Attorney General

NINA AHMAD – PA Auditor General

JOE TORSELLA – State Treasurer

AMANDA CAPPELLETTI – Pennsylvania State Senate District 17

JENNIFER O’MARA – Pennsylvania State House District 165

GREG VITALI -Pennsylvania State House District 166

Learn about the candidates


Important New Dates for the 2020 General Election

October 19: Last day to register to vote before the primary election.
October 27: Deadline to sign up for an absentee or mail-in ballot . Your county election office must receive your application before 5 p.m.
November 3: Election Day
7:00 a.m: Polls open.
8:00 p.m: Polls close.
8:00 p.m: Deadline for your county election office to receive your voted absentee or mail-in ballot.



The Radnor Democrats strongly encourage the vote by mail option for the November General Election.

Information on the mail-in vote process in a step by step format with links is here. (click)


Helpful links:

Eligible to vote?

Find your voter registration status

Apply for a Mail-Ballot On-Line (Jenn O’Mara’s Step by Step Guide – download how to)


Here’s the difference between absentee voting and mail-in voting, which is important to know for your purposes:

Absentee voting: This applies to you specifically if you plan to be out of the municipality where you are registered to vote on election day — or if you have a disability or illness that prevents you from getting to the polls. You’ll need to list a reason for requesting an absentee ballot.

Mail-in ballot: If you’re not an absentee voter, you can vote by mail. You don’t need a reason to request this ballot. You can get one simply because you want to mail in your vote to ensure you don’t need to go to the polls on voting day.

If you have a valid PA driver’s license or photo ID you can apply for your mail-in ballot online at You’ll be asked three questions: are you military or overseas, will you be absent from your home on Election day, and do you have an illness/disability. This is to determine whether a mail-in or absentee ballot is right for you. If you answer “yes” to any questions, you should apply for an absentee ballot. If you answer “no” to all, you will be able to apply for a mail-in ballot.

Voting in Pennsylvania – General Information – FAQ


Tutorial Video of the County’s new voting machine

Delaware County voters will be using the Hart Verity 2.3.4 Voting System beginning in this year’s Primary Election on April 28. The system, certified by the PA Department of State, meets the Governor’s mandate for a verifiable paper trail. It includes plain text which voters can read to verify their vote before casting their ballot.

Residents can learn how to use the new machine and what to expect here:

Click for video



March to 2020 – Event Information from Indivisible Main Line South

The Indivisible Main Line South (IMLS) March to 2020 kick-off event for the 165th (Jenn O’Mara – 1/2 of Radnor) and the 168th to Turn PA Blue and put a Democratic in the White House in 2020. Join IMLS on the 20th of every month through to November 2020. We are coordinating with both campaigns.

Details here.



Schedule for 2019-20 Radnor Democrats Meetings:
The Radnor Memorial Library, Winsor Room (in person meetings postponed until further notice)

Wednesday, October 21, 2020 (7:00 – 8:45 PM) – Zoom only