Appeal Filed Over Vote-by-Mail Ruling in Chancery Court


A stay pending appeal has been granted by Vice Chancellor Nathan Cook after an appeal to his finding last week that vote-by-mail is unconstitutional. The appeal was filed by the Department of Elections on Friday – attorneys from both sides have filed motions. The Supreme Court has expedited that appeal and will hear oral argument…

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5G Poles On Dunes At Dewey Beach To Be Removed


Dewey Beach Town Commissioners have approved an ordinance that tightly governs construction of future 5G cell poles. Also, a class action lawsuit filed last summer against Verizon has been settled. Five poles that were placed on the dunes earlier this year will be removed and relocated. “We’re in a much better spot today than we…

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Lawsuit Challenging Mailed Ballot Deadline Fails


A Vice Chancellor with Delaware’s Court of Chancery issued an opinion Friday that rejected a lawsuit which sought to extend the deadline for mailed and absentee ballots to be counted. The League of Women Voters and the ACLU of Delaware went to court, contending that the vote-by-mail option approved by the General Assembly as a…

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