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Voting & Elections 06.15.2022

As Delaware’s Legislative Session Nears End: Voting, Inspector General Bills Still Need to be Passed – Hearings Today at 11:30 am and Noon

With just over two weeks remaining in Delaware’s 2022 legislative session, bills to allow voters to cast ballots by mail; enable voters to correct and update their voter registrations, or register for the first time; and create a statewide Inspector General’s office have not yet been passed.

Over 200 Delawareans Mark January 6th Anniversary with Night Vigil

The event, hosted by local grassroots organizations, was one of 300+ nationwide. The “Remembrance and Vigil” also called for action to strengthen and protect our country’s democracy.

Voting & Elections 12.28.2021

Delawareans to Mark January 6th Anniversary with Night Vigil

The “Remembrance and Vigil” will also call for action to strengthen and protect our country’s democracy. The event, hosted by local grassroots organizations, will be one of 200+ nationwide.

Voting & Elections 12.7.2021

Delaware Clergy and Faith Leaders Say New Federal Voting Laws are Urgently Needed

The letter says both the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act “are necessary to save democratic self-government, and neither will pass unless the Senate revises the filibuster.” 

Voting & Elections 11.12.2021

‘Time to Act’ Honk and Wave Events Urge Senator Coons to Fix Filibuster and Get Voting Bills Passed

The events were part of a national “Time to Act” week of action, designed to demonstrate the urgency of passing the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. Overall, more than 80 grassroots events are being held during the U.S. Senate’s recess week.

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