ELECTION DAY INFORMATION Registration Look-up, Absentee Ballot Request, Polling Location Search – Delaware Department of Election – After the order from the Delaware Supreme Court on October 7th, there have been several changes to the November 8th General Election. Mail-in ballots will NOT be used. Voting options are by absentee ballot, early in-person…

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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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Carney Updates Omnibus COVID-19 State Of Emergency


Governor John Carney has issued his 6th modification of his COVID-19 Omnibus State of Emergency Declaration which expands permitted crowd sizes late next week and allows youth and amateur sports tournaments to proceed with a plan approved by the Division of Public Health. Effective Friday February 12th at 8:00 a.m., restaurants, retail locations, gyms, houses…

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Del. House Democrats Introduce 3 Voting Measures


Democrats in the Delaware State House of Representatives have filed three bills that intend to drive up voter turnout and remove barriers to voting. One measure is the second leg of a Constitutional Amendment that would eliminate absentee ballot limitations. Another bill would change the Delaware state primary to coincide with the presidential primary election…

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Mail-In / Absentee Voting Proves Popular In Del.


Tens of thousands of Delawareans have already voted in the General Election, thanks to absentee voting and mail-in balloting approved for this election cycle. Delaware Elections Commissioner Anthony Albence told WGMD News that about 180,000 requests had come in for absentee or mail-in ballots. About 110,000 requests had come from registered Democrats, nearly 37,000 had…

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