Every. Vote. Counts.
Don't believe us? Talk to your brothers and sisters about how tight the vote was that made Seaford a so-called "right-to-work" municipality. Or talk to anyone who stood outside in the sub-zero temperatures to shame Sussex County council members into doing the right thing and voting down "right-to-work" countywide.
If we want to keep the union strong, then we need to make sure the people making the laws at the local, state and national levels hear our voice and understand our issues. And the best way to do that is to exercise your right to vote.
The Deadline to Register to Vote is Saturday, October 13, 2018
You can also update your registration information online by Oct. 13.
If you have trouble logging in or accessing your information online, you can
When you mail in your registration, you'll need to include a copy of
- Your Delaware Drivers License;
- OR a State ID card;
- OR a copy of a bank statement, utility bill or paycheck that shows your name and address.
Can't Make it to the Polls on Election Day?
You may qualify to vote absentee. You can check to see if you qualify HERE
If you do qualify,
If you're having trouble logging in or accessing your information online
Remember! if you do qualify to vote absentee
- You must mail your application back to your respective county department of elections;
- Your application must be received no later than Nov. 1, 2018; and
- You must fill out and mail in your ballot by Election Day
If you're voting in person at the polls, be sure to know where you're voting and how to get there.