The American Civil Liberties Union and the Delaware Voting Rights Coalition have both issued statements regarding the recent Chancery Court decision that declared Delaware's new vote-by mail law unconstitutional.
From the ACLU:
"We firmly believe that voting by mail is constitutional, and that the General Assembly has the authority to prescribe the methods that Delawareans can use to vote. Our belief remains the same today, and we hope the Supreme Court of 2022 will uphold Delawareans’ right to vote by mail."
From the DVRC"
"We are profoundly disappointed that the Chancery Court has ruled that Delaware’s vote-by-mail law statute is unconstitutional. We will continue to monitor this matter as it proceeds through appeals and further litigation so we can keep voters informed on all voting opportunities available."
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