Rep. Steve Smyk To Run For State Senate In 6th District


After ten years in the Delaware House of Representatives, Republican Steve Smyk is shifting his focus to run for State Senate. Smyk told WGMD’s Mike Bradley Tuesday that he hopes to serve even more constituents in the redrawn 6th District. State Senator Ernie Lopez, also a Republican, has decided not to seek reelection. “I’ll serve…

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Md. Mails Out Requests For Mail-in Primary Ballots


Maryland voters will start to receive forms to request a mail-in ballot in advance of the 2022 primary election. The Maryland State Board of Elections said Monday that more than 3,000,000 registered voters will have the option of asking for a mail-in ballot. Marylanders with a state driver’s license or MVA-issued ID card may also…

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Early Voting Begins In Md. Monday


Maryland begins in-person early voting today.Marylanders have been encouraged to take advantage of early voting, or if they wait until election day to head to the voting center during off-peak times such as mid-morning or early afternoon.Early voting takes place each day through Monday November 2nd, including Saturday and Sunday.Marylanders may vote at any voting…

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GOP Lawmaker Receives Democratic Ballot


A Delaware lawmaker says his own experience shows why he has concerns about Delaware’s new mail-in voting system. State Representative Bryan Shupe, Republican of Milford, says he’s been a GOP registered voter for the last 15 years, but registered as a Democrat when he first became eligible to vote at age 18. Shupe posted a…

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Vote-By-Mail Is Coming To Delaware


Less than a week before Delaware’s Presidential Primary, Governor John Carney has signed legislation to allow Delawareans to vote by mail in the September Delaware Primary and the November General Election. House Bill 346 creates an alternative to having to show up at the polls to vote during the coronavirus pandemic. Polling places will still…

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