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Read the League of Women Voters of Delaware's July, 2020 newsletter, the VOTER 2020 with up-to-date news on membership, and upcoming activities.


WASHINGTON (June 2020) – The League of Women Voters of the United States issued the following statement in reference to the murder of George Floyd:

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Martha Redmond, chair of the Voter Services Committee, appeared on Delmarva life to provide important information on voting. 'Read more' to find the link to view the segment.

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The ACLU of Delaware filed a lawsuit against the Department of Elections on September 3rd to ensure absentee and vote by mail ballots are counted if they were mailed on time but are received by mail after Election Day.

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The LWVSC Observer Corps delivered their annual Sunshine Report to the Sussex County Council. Please read more for the full content of that report.

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The ACLU of Delaware filed a lawsuit against the Department of Elections to order that the Department of Elections accept all ballots mailed by Election Day and received within 10 days of the election. The League of Women Voters of DE is a plaintiff in the suit.

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The State of Delaware needs more than 4,500 registered voters to work in polling places for the General Election on Tuesday, November 3. To help ensure that the polls in Sussex County are fully staffed, the League of Women Voters of Sussex County DE is launching a local campaign to recruit poll workers.