Delaware Judge Rules State’s Mail-In Voting Unconstitutional

Delaware Judge Rules State’s Mail-In Voting Unconstitutional


“A Chancery Court judge has ruled Delaware’s new mail-in voting provision unconstitutional,” Delaware Live reports.

“In an 87-page memorandum opinion issued Wednesday afternoon, Vice Chancellor Nathan Cook said allowing mail-in voting in the Nov. 8 general election ‘will result in the dilution of constitutional votes with unconstitutional votes,’” the outlet adds.

BREAKING: A Delaware judge ruled Wednesday that a new vote-by-mail law enacted earlier this year is unconstitutional and that voting by mail cannot be used in the November election. https://t.co/Y7hOWjwEj6 pic.twitter.com/AMTXwtkVNs

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🚨ALERT: Delaware judge rules no-excuse mail-in voting violates the state constitution, but upholds same-day voter registration following lawsuits brought by Republicans. The ruling requires Delaware voters to have an excuse to vote by mail this

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