Voter Resources

There are several ways to vote in the 2022 Primary Election, by mail, at the Board of Elections, or in person at your polling place on Election Day. For details on voting in Pennsylvania, see the the official Pennsylvania election and voter information website, or go to Delco Votes!

Polling Locations

Click here for a map of Springfield Township by Ward and Precinct. Then, find your polling location below. NOTE: The polling locations for precincts 2-1 and 2-3 have both been moved to the Volkswagen of Springfield Dealership at 300 Baltimore Pike.

11Springfield Library
12Springfield Township Building
13Springfield Township Building
21Volkswagen of Springfield Dealership
22Scott Kia Dealership
23Volkswagen of Springfield Dealership
31Sabold Elementary School
32Public Works Building
33Tree of Life Church
41Springfield High School
42Old Central School
43Springfield Fire House
51Springfield Friends Meeting
52Church of the Redeemer
53Springfield Friends Meeting
61Springfield Baptist Church
62Springfield Baptist Church
63Scenic Hills Elementary School
64Scenic Hills Elementary School
71Springfield Masonic Hall
72New Destiny Christian Center
73Springfield Country Club

Vote By Mail

Everyone in Pennsylvania is eligible to vote by mail. Apply for your mail-in or absentee ballot here. Make sure you complete the ballot in blue or black pen, fill in the bubbles completely, insert the ballot in the inner secrecy envelope before inserting it in the outer envelope, and sign the voter declaration on the outer envelope. Ballots can be mailed via USPS or placed in any ballot drop box in Delaware County. Springfield Township has a ballot drop box outside the Library.

Vote in Person at a Delaware County Board of Elections (BOE) Office

You may apply for, complete, and return your mail-in ballot in person at a Delaware County Board of Elections (BOE) office in Media. It is recommended you bring a form of ID and your completed application for a mail-in or absentee ballot with you. If you do not have a ballot application, one will be provided.

You may also vote at the BOE if you’ve already applied for a mail-in ballot but haven’t yet received it. The staff will void your first application, supply you with a new one, and allow you to complete it and submit it while you are at the office.