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Given the coronavirus pandemic and the federal and state restrictions, it is imperative that Delaware make it easier for voters and poll workers to maintain their health by limiting the need to cast an in-person vote.

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Try some of these activities while the coronavirus is with us.

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LEAGUE DAY IN DOVER

THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2020

2020 Census
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The Countdown to the 2020 Census has Begun!

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Read the League of Women Voters of Delaware's WINTER newsletter, the VOTER 2020 with a roundup of LWV activities, cancelations, postponements and much more.

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The latest modifications of Gov. Carney's State of Emergency declaration change the dates of the DE Presidential Primary and School Board elections. It also broadens the absentee ballot application to allow social distancing as a valid reason.

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Read the League of Women Voters of Delaware's January, 2020 newsletter, the VOTER 2020 with a roundup of LWV activities and plans for 2020 Census.

Carol Jones & Sue Claire Harper
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A commentary on the benefits of a successful 2020 Census was submitted by the co-presidents of the League of Women Voters of Delaware. It appeared in the Delaware State News. Please "Read more" to read the entire piece.

Sue Bramhall
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The LWVSC solicited commentary regarding the 100th anniversary of the amendment granting women the right to vote. This commentary is the second to appear in the Cape Gazette. The author, Sue Bramhall, member of the Georgetown Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, provides an interesting history of the suffrage movement in Sussex County.

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Gov. Carney issued his 6th SOE modifications which changes the presidential primary date and protects Delawareans from evictions, foreclosures, and terminations of utility services, and pushes back school board elections.