On Thursday, May 4, the Delaware Senate approved a constitutional amendment to allow no-excuse mail-in voting.
On Friday Oct. 7, the Delaware Supreme Court simultaneously reversed a decision that upheld the state’s recently enacted same-day registration law and upheld a decision that struck down Delaware’s new no-excuse mail-in voting law.
On Thursday, Oct. 6, the Delaware Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case brought by Republicans challenging the state’s no-excuse mail-in voting law and same-day registration law.
On Wednesday, Sept. 14, a Delaware state court struck down Senate Bill 320, a law that allowed any voter to request a mail-in ballot without an excuse, and upheld the state’s same-day voter registration law, House Substitute 1 to House Bill 25.
On Wednesday, July 27, the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) announced that it filed a lawsuit challenging the state’s two recently enacted pro-voting laws, which establish no-excuse mail-in voting and same-day voter registration.
Yesterday, the Delaware Senate passed House Substitute 1 to House Bill 25, legislation that would enact same-day voter registration in Delaware in time for this year’s elections.
On Thursday, Feb. 24, a lawsuit was filed on behalf of a Delaware elections inspector against the Delaware Department of Elections challenging the state’s early and absentee voting laws.
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