All New Castle County Articles

People around a table, some laughing, some smiling
Blog Post

The Great Decisions discussion group meets regularly at the Newark public library.

Cartoon of woman studying at a desk piled with books
Research & Studies

The LWVDE Alternative Voting Methodologies study team believes that a discussion of general voting principles... what the goals of an election system should be... can help to inform and guide our study. To that end we are asking all interested League members to fill out this survey in August 2019.

We're the "WE" in We the People
News

An eagerly awaited series of civics education videos by the LWVDE Education Fund, funded in part by a grant from Delaware Humanities, has been published on the LWVDE YouTube Chann

SCHOOL BOARD ELECTIONS ARE COMING. (children in front of chalkboard with books)
Press Mention

"...but my one little vote might actually decide a school board election." Unofficial 2019 Delaware School Board Election Results are presented here. Just two votes separated the winner from the top challenger in Appoquinimink district.

President's Message.... by Marj Johnson (with headshot & swirl)
Blog Post

The League of Women Voters of New Castle County (LWVNCC) President Marjorie Johnson's message for May 2019 is included below...

VOTE411 for school boards - pass it on
News

The League of Women Voters and Network Delaware are partnering in 2019 to raise public awareness about the May 14 school board elections and provide online voter guides with information about the candidates running for office.

President's Message.... by Marj Johnson (with headshot & swirl)
Blog Post

The League of Women Voters of New Castle County (LWVNCC) President Marjorie Johnson's message for March 2019 is included below...

LWVNCC Forum Moderator Carole Walsh, March 2019
News

If you missed the LWVNCC Newark Candidate night on Tuesday, March 19, 2019, you can watch full video of the event embedded in this article.

News

Delaware’s Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) will hold three public open houses in February, seeking input on preliminary recommendations made by the Coastal Zone Conversion Permit Act Regulatory Advisory Committee.

Speaker photo and event details (location, date, time)
Blog Post

On Monday February 25, 2019, county councilperson Dee Durham spoke on the topic "Plastic Pollution! Zero Waste! In Delaware and Beyond?" If you missed the presentation, you can watch the video here.

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