Since 2020, voting laws in many states across the nation have changed, become stricter, and made it more complicated for people to vote. Now, more than ever, it is important to KNOW YOUR RIGHTS! As you craft your voting plans for Election Day tomorrow, visit Voting FAQs.pdf (delaware.gov) if you have additional questions. If you incur or suspect you have incurred any violations to your voting rights, please review the following for assistance, advocacy, and help. 

 

Election Protection is a national, nonpartisan coalition that works to ensure all voters have equal opportunity to have their vote counted. They provide field programs and digital outreach as well as the multilingual voter helplines listed below. Visit About Election Protection - Election Protection (866ourvote.org) to learn more. 

 

 

Another national partner of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., the NAACP, provides information about national voting rights issues and national trends as well as collects voter incident reports to help combat voter intimidation. Learn more here: Together. Power. Vote. | NAACP

 

Finally, to file administrative complaints regarding voting systems standards, provisional voting or any other voting problem covered by Title III of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA), visit State of Delaware - Department of Elections - Voter Services - Administrative Complaints

With Election Day just quickly approaching, it’s time to get in the know! 

KNOW YOUR STATUS AND POLLING PLACE!

 

Delaware Department of Elections

 

Voting status can be impacted by residency and/or housing insecurity, citizenship, and record within the justice system. Find out more to explore getting registered and/or restoring voting rights in future elections. 

 

 

 

 

 

  • General Elections - Delaware Code Online

   https://delcode.delaware.gov/title15/c061/index.html#:~:text=(c)%20If%20the%20applicant%20has,registration%20application%20shall%20be%20denied.

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