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Delaware DOES NOT have a General Election on Nov 5, 2019.

Delaware only has Primary and General Elections in even numbered years.




Governor Carney Announces Nomination of Anthony Albence as Election Commissioner

Nomination must be approved by the Delaware Senate DOVER, Del. – Governor John Carney on Thursday announced his intention to nominate Anthony Albence as Delaware’s next Election Commissioner. The position, which oversees Delaware’s elections operations, carries a four-year term. The Delaware Senate is expected to consider the Governor’s nomination this month. Albence would replace Elaine […]




Delaware Student Mock Election Predicts Wins for Carper, Blunt Rochester

Election Day is still a few days away, but Delaware students tallied their votes for statewide offices today in Dover at the 2018 Student Mock Election Convention. In what’s become a bellwether for elections in Delaware, students picked incumbents Sen. Tom Carper and Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester to continue representing the First State in Washington.




Party affiliation change deadline approaching

he deadline for a person to change party affiliation before Delaware’s 2018 Primary Election is Friday, May 25, 2018. Delaware is a closed primary state. You must register in the party in which you want to vote in a Primary Election – Democrat or Republican.  Delaware does not permit persons registered as unaffiliated or with another party to vote in a Primary Election.




Governor Carney Signs Legislation Removing Barrier to Absentee Voting for Delaware Voters

New law removes notary requirement, expanding voting access for younger Delawareans attending school out of state DOVER, Del. – Governor John Carney on Friday signed into law House Bill 47, bipartisan legislation that removes the notary requirement for qualified Delaware voters requesting absentee ballots. The legislation will eliminate a barrier for voters seeking to cast […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Department of Elections"

Delaware DOES NOT have a General Election on Nov 5, 2019.

Delaware only has Primary and General Elections in even numbered years.




Governor Carney Announces Nomination of Anthony Albence as Election Commissioner

Nomination must be approved by the Delaware Senate DOVER, Del. – Governor John Carney on Thursday announced his intention to nominate Anthony Albence as Delaware’s next Election Commissioner. The position, which oversees Delaware’s elections operations, carries a four-year term. The Delaware Senate is expected to consider the Governor’s nomination this month. Albence would replace Elaine […]




Delaware Student Mock Election Predicts Wins for Carper, Blunt Rochester

Election Day is still a few days away, but Delaware students tallied their votes for statewide offices today in Dover at the 2018 Student Mock Election Convention. In what’s become a bellwether for elections in Delaware, students picked incumbents Sen. Tom Carper and Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester to continue representing the First State in Washington.




Party affiliation change deadline approaching

he deadline for a person to change party affiliation before Delaware’s 2018 Primary Election is Friday, May 25, 2018. Delaware is a closed primary state. You must register in the party in which you want to vote in a Primary Election – Democrat or Republican.  Delaware does not permit persons registered as unaffiliated or with another party to vote in a Primary Election.




Governor Carney Signs Legislation Removing Barrier to Absentee Voting for Delaware Voters

New law removes notary requirement, expanding voting access for younger Delawareans attending school out of state DOVER, Del. – Governor John Carney on Friday signed into law House Bill 47, bipartisan legislation that removes the notary requirement for qualified Delaware voters requesting absentee ballots. The legislation will eliminate a barrier for voters seeking to cast […]