Voting First State's new voting machines pass first test By Nick Ciolino • 17 hours ago ES&S (Elections Systems & Software) Officials are calling the trial run of the state’s new voting machines a success. They were used for the first time in last week’s school board elections and Delaware Elections Commissioner Elaine Manlove says they worked perfectly. UD talks barriers to voting for people with disabilities By Sophia Schmidt • Oct 9, 2018 Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media As Election Day in November approaches, the University of Delaware’s Center for Disabilities Studies is talking about civic engagement in the disability community. Listen Listening... / 1:08 Listen to this story Registration trends show state Democratic party adding more voters than GOP By Sarah Mueller • Aug 10, 2018 Delaware Department of Elections Primary voters have until 11:59 p.m. Saturday to get registered for next month’s Sept. 6th elections. Trends show more residents registering as Democrats over the past three years. Listen Listening... / 1:14 Listen to this story Delaware House passes legislation expanding voting rights By Sarah Mueller • Jun 24, 2018 Delaware Public Media Delaware House Democrats are pushing for an expansion of voting rights in the First State with a pair of bills passed last week. Listen Listening... / 1:07 Listen to this story Rehoboth Beach considers extending voting eligibility to LLCs By Sarah Mueller • Dec 1, 2017 Delaware Public Media Rehoboth Beach city commissioners will hear from the public Saturday at a town hall about possibly extending voting eligibility to limited liability companies. Listen Listening... / 0:56 Listen to this story. Delaware to send bids for new voting equipment By Sarah Mueller • Sep 13, 2017 Delaware Department of Elections Delaware will put out a request for bids on new voting machines by the end of month. Listen Listening... / 1:04 Listen to this story. Delaware’s current voting machines have been in use since 1996. Decision time: Delawareans cast their ballots By Mark Arehart, Megan Pauly & James Dawson • Nov 8, 2016 Mark Arehart / Delaware Public Media The polls are open and Delawareans are flocking to voting booths up and down the state.