Mail-in voting

Is mail-in voting unconstitutional? Chancery judge to decide

Charlie MegginsonGovernment, Headlines

Delawareā€™s mail-in voting law was the subject of a four-hour-long hearing before the stateā€™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 Constitutionā€™s absentee voting provision. …