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