Del. Chancellor Andre Bouchard Announces Retirement


Chancellor of Delaware’s Court of Chancery Andre Bouchard plans to retire effect April 30th, 2021. Bouchard announced his decision to Governor John Carney and to judicial colleagues Tuesday. Bouchard called Chancery Court a “revered place with a 228-year tradition of excellence.” He added that what makes it special are the people, “who dedicate themselves to…

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Delaware GOP Loses Challenges To Vote-By-Mail


The Delaware Republican Party has been denied injunctive relief in its attempt to stop the Department of Elections from sending out mail-in ballots and to keep votes cast by mail from being counted. Delaware Court of Chancery Vice Chancellor Sam Glasscock III issued a 24-page opinion Monday evening, several days after he heard arguments. The…

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Decision Expected Soon on Del. GOP Vote-By-Mail Lawsuit


A Delaware Chancery Court Vice Chancellor is expected to issue a decision by Monday after hearing arguments in the Delaware Republican Party’s challenge to the state’s new mail-in voting procedure.The GOP filed a lawsuit last month contending that mail-in voting violates the state constitution and that it opens the potential for fraud, uncounted votes and…

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