Delaware Court Strikes Down State’s Voting-by-Mail Law

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A state court blocked voting by mail in Delaware Sept. 14 after ruling that the state’s mail-in voting practices violate the Delaware Constitution.

Barring further judicial or legislative action, the ruling means mail-in voting will not be available in upcoming general elections in Delaware on Nov. 8.

Republicans were critical of mail-in voting measures enacted at the height of the pandemic and accused election officials across the country of ignoring the U.S. Constitution and state constitutions by allowing it and promoting it heavily to the public. They claim this departure from the usual election procedures allowed Democrats to cheat.

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