Sussex County, Delaware

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LWVSC volunteers canvas Georgetown neighborhood

LWVSC volunteers canvas Georgetown neighborhood to register voters...

Voter Services committee members help the community with voter registration and provide information on absentee voting, etc.  For more information on voting in Delaware go to VOTE 411.org, ivote.de.gov., or click on this picture to link to voter information.  And don't forget to vote on November 6th!

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LWVSC Voter Registration Event

Voter registration event

League of Women Voters of Sussex County has held many voter registration events.   If you need information on voting in Delaware, go to VOTE 411.org,  ivote.de.gov ,or click on this picture for more voter information.  And don't forget to vote on November 6th!

Click here for Information on registering to vote, absentee voting, etc.
Photo of League members werering VOTE411.org shirts

Ask us about Vote411!

LWVSC members model "Ask us about Vote411.org" t-shirts.  To find out who is on your ballot, registration information, where to vote, and candidate profies and reponses to question...go to vote.411.org .

VOTE411.org
VOTE411.org poster of young voter with "Who's on your ballot?" sign

VOTE411.org poster

Check out how candidates responded to questions and get your sample ballot at VOTE411.orgAnd don't forget to vote on November 6th!

VOTE411.org
Land Use Forum Speakers David Edgell, Rob Pierce, and Ann Marie Townshend with LWVSC Vice President Janet Ambrose

4/11/18 Land Use Forum speakers with LWVSC Vice President Janet Ambrose

The Land Use Committee of the League of Women Voters has presented a series of public forums to educate and involve the public in the drafting of state mandated Sussex County 2018 Comprehensive Plan.    Photo by Ross Kruglak

Land Use Committee
photo of audience for Clean Drinking Water forum

Clean Drinking Water forum

The Environment and Natural Resources Committee of the League of Women Voters of Sussex County held two forums and an Expo on the issue of clean drinking water in Sussex County, Delaware.  See their website page for links to local environmental groups, issues, and events.  

Environment & Natural Resources Committee
photo of LVWSC members at Fun Lunch

LWVSC members attending monthly Fun Lunch

The LWVSC holds a monthly Fun Lunch, rotating through area restaurants.  It provides an opportunity to meet other members, find out what your league is accomplishing and how you can get involved.  Remember...the league is not just for women.  Join us!

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Sussex County, Delaware

The League of Women Voters of Sussex County, DE (LWVSCDE) is a nonpartisan educational organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy. The League of Women Voters of Sussex County, DE is NOT for women only.    

                          

2018
News

The LWVSC holds candidates forums to inform and educate voters about local government. Please check the calendar section of our website for information on all the forums or "Read more" for links to upcoming forums.

Candidates Doug Hudson and Paulette Rappa.  Ron MacArthur photo
News

Hudson, Rappa square off in District 4 forum

Delaware State Bews
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Andrew West, editor of the Delaware State News met with members of the League of Women Voters of Sussex County reports on the group's efforts to educate and engage voters.

Candidates forum
Press Release

The League of Women Voters of Sussex County is holding a candidates forum on 10/25/18 for Sussex County Council District 5 in the Laurel Public Library from 6-7pm. Candidates Ellen Megee and John Rieley will answer questions from the audience.

Candidates forum
Press Release

The League of Women Voters of Sussex County is hosting a public forum for candidates for State Senate District 6 and House of Representatives District 14 on Tuesday, October 23, 6:00 to 8:00 pm, at the Lewes Library. Candidates for senator Ernesto Lopez (R) and David Baker (D) and candidates for representative Peter Schwartzkopf (D) and James DeMartino (R) will field questions from the audience.

LWV - Empowering Voters. Defending Democracy
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September Highlights from the League of Women Voters. Please take a few minutes to read it to see what the League has accomplished this month.

Sussex County logo
News

Sussex County officials are getting pushback on a proposed change to how subdivision density is calculated.
County council will have a public hearing on the proposed ordinance at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 9, in the county administration building, 2 The Circle, Georgetown.

Need a Ride to the polls
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iTN Southern Delaware is accepting referrals from the LWVSC to provide rides to the polls for Seniors 55+ and adults with visual impairment.

LWVSC flyer with $5 student membership deal
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The League of Women Voters of Sussex County has a 2018 membership deal for students. Join now for only $5.