Delaware voter guide published ahead of September 15 primary election!

Sep 01, 2020

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Delaware voter guide published ahead of September 15 primary election!

Learn where candidates stand on cannabis policy.

The Delaware Primary Election will take place on Tuesday, September 15. Our allies at Delaware Cannabis Advocacy Network have published their primary election voter guide detailing where candidates stand on legalizing and regulating cannabis for adults 21 and older.

The voter guide includes the voting history of incumbent candidates on cannabis bills, responses to a cannabis policy survey, and other information to help you make informed choices on Election Day.

You can look up your state legislators here. Then, be sure to check out the voter guide for Delaware House and Senate races, as well as the gubernatorial race, to see where candidates stand. If a candidate on your ballot has not yet taken a public position on cannabis legalization, we encourage you to ask them these questions yourself.

State legislative races are often close contests that can be decided by just a few votes. Don’t miss out on a chance to decide who will represent you in Dover and vote on Delaware’s cannabis policy in the 2021 session.

After you’ve had a chance to look at the voter guide, be sure to spread the word by forwarding this message, sharing the voter guide on social media, and reminding folks that the primary election is September 15!

Registered voters can vote in their party’s primary on Tuesday, September 15 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., or by absentee ballot. During the state of emergency, any voter can check #3 on the absentee voter application (“I am sick or physically disabled”) to convey that they are social distancing or quarantining. You can look up your voter registration, the status of your absentee ballot, and find your polling location here.