Mail-in voting

Is mail-in voting unconstitutional? Chancery judge to decide

Charlie Megginson Government, Headlines

Delaware’s mail-in voting law was the subject of a four-hour-long hearing before the state’s Court of Chancery Wednesday. Vice Chancellor Nathan Cook will now decide whether the new law violates the state Constitution by allowing voters to cast their ballots from a place other than their designated polling location without having an allowed excuse under the Constitution’s absentee voting provision. …

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GOP chair sues Department of Elections over new voting laws

Charlie Megginson Government, Headlines

The chairwoman of the Republican Party of Delaware has filed suit against the state’s Department of Elections over two new laws legalizing mail-in voting and same-day voter registration. GOP chair Jane Brady, who was Delaware’s attorney general from 1995 until 2005, said the new laws violate the state Constitution. “The Constitution provides you must vote in person on election day …

Delaware GOP chair to announce ‘election integrity’ lawsuit

Charlie Megginson Government, Headlines

M. Jane Brady, chair of the Republican Party of Delaware, will announce a lawsuit relating to election integrity Thursday morning in Newark. Brady’s law firm — the Brady Legal Group — along with their client, Michael Mennella, will hold a press conference at 11 a.m. to announce the litigation. This suit is being filed in conjunction with the Public Interest …