In Delaware, adult citizens have a right to vote in elections. This includes persons with disabilities, even those with guardians. Only a judge can remove the right of a person with a disability to vote based on a written order that clearly states that the person’s mental disability prevents use of basic voting judgment.
Register to vote as soon as you turn 18 (or before, if you will be 18 on the date of the next General Election) if you want to exercise this important right. You can learn more about voting for people with disabilities at http://www.declasi.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/the_right_to_vote_in_delaware.pdf.
You can register to vote:
You should know that if you are male, you must register for the Selective Service System within 30 days of your 18th birthday, even if you have a disability. Registration is required to apply for federal employment, some job training programs, and federal student loans.