All Sussex County, Delaware Articles

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SDARJ will host a webinar, Hate Has No Home Here, on 11/21 at 1pm in response to displays of hate in the Cape community.

Education
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The ACLU issued a press release announcing that a settlement had been reached in the education equity lawsuit. Please 'Read More' for a link to that document.

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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.

League of Women Voters of Delaware
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Kim Well, VOTE411 Coordinator for LWVDE, submitted a letter to the editor that appeared in the Delaware State News about the League's efforts to provide information to voters.

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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.

League of Women Voters of Delaware
News

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.

Press Mention

The Lewes mayor helped raise the Women's Suffrage flag in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment.

Sue Claire Harper flies 19th Amendment flag while holding a can of Centennial Suds
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Photo of LWVSC member Sue Claire Harper appeared in the Cape Gazette with this caption:

DE Poll workers needed
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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.

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The City of Rehoboth Beach Commissioners passed a resolution honoring the 100th Anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, granting women the right to vote.

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