Voting Amendment Falls Short In Del. House

A vote of 25 yes, 14 no was not enough in the Delaware House of Representatives to pass the second leg of a Constitutional Amendment that would have eliminated limitation as to when a person could vote by absentee ballot. The same bill passed 38-3 in the previous Delaware General Assembly. A two-thirds majority in…

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Only 5 Days to Rehoboth Election Day 2020!


Almost 900 voters have already cast their absentee ballot! Election day in Rehoboth Beach is this coming Saturday, but more than likely, the voters have already decided the election. According to Krys Johnson, city spokeswoman, as of last Wednesday, the city had mailed out 1178 absentee ballots and about 75 percent (881) of them have…

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Divided Del. House Passes Mail-In Vote Bill

Delaware registered voters would be allowed to vote by mail for the September primary and the November General Election under a bill passed in the state House. Registered voters would receive an application in the mail first to send away for a mail-in ballot. The bill passed along party lines, with Democrats in favor and…

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