You still have time to vote with an absentee ballot if you will not be able to visit your normal polling place for the Delaware Primary next Tuesday September 14.
Well, we are now one week away from the Delaware Primary with interesting races scattered throughout the state for both Democrats and Republicans. If you will be unable to vote at your normal polling place next week, you can vote absentee by mail or by visiting your County Department of Elections office (downtown Wilmington in New Castle County) until noon on Monday. To vote absentee you must fall into one of several categories:
- Nature of your work prevents you from going.
- Your public service to the US or State of Delaware prevents you from voting.
- Your religion prevents you from going.
- You will be on vacation out of the area.
- You have been ill and will be unable to visit.
- You have a disability.
- You are incarcerated.
Be careful to follow all the directions so that your ballot is not disqualified.
On the Republican side, the Primary races include the statewide positions for US Senator and US Representative in Congress along with various county and local races including the New Castle County Sheriff. On the Democratic side, the Primary races include the statewide positions for State Treasurer and Auditor of Accounts as well as several county and local positions again including the New Castle County Sheriff.
Put aside some time and be sure to vote on September 14th - in person or by absentee ballot - but be sure to make your vote count!
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