Early Voting Ballots 🗳

Posted on 08-31-2022

Early Primary for American citizens registered as Republican or Democrat, voting within their own Party (closed Party Election), in Delaware and residing in Sussex County can vote at any early voting polling place within Sussex County. 

Sussex County Polling Places:

  • Millville Community Center: 32517 Dukes Drive, Millville DE 19967
  • Lewes Fire Department Station #2: 32198 Janice Rd, Lewes DE 19958
  • Laurel Fire Hall: 205 W. 10th St, Laurel DE 19956
  • Dept of Elections-Warehouse (Georgetown): 542 South Bedford St, Georgetown DE 19947
  • Dept of Elections-Warehouse (Seaford): 200 Allen St, Seaford DE 19973

Early Voting Schedule for 2022 Primary Election

Date Time:

Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2022 11 AM – 7 PM

Thursday, Sept. 1, 2022 11 AM – 7 PM

Friday, Sept. 2, 2022 11 AM – 7 PM

Saturday, Sept. 3, 2022 11 AM – 7 PM

Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022 11 AM – 7 PM

Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2022 7 AM – 7 PM

Thursday, Sept. 8, 2022 7 AM – 7 PM

Friday, Sept. 9, 2022 7 AM – 7 PM

Saturday, Sept. 10, 2022 7 AM – 7 PM

Sunday, Sept. 11, 2022 7 AM – 7 PM

 There are a number of primaries in which you have a choice of a candidate you can vote for. I have listed them in alphabetical order.

Representative District 4:

(New District)                                                             

                            Jeff Hilovsky

                            Bradley Layfield                 

Representative District 36:

                             Bryan Shupe (incumbent)

                             Patrick Smith 

County Council District 5

                            Keller Hopkins

                            John Rieley (incumbent)

Countywide:       

 Register of Wills:

                           Greg Fuller

                           Ellen Magee (incumbent)

                           Candace Green Wilkenson

Recorder of Deeds:

                          Alexandra Reed Baker

                          Scott Dailey (incumbent)

Primary Date: September 13, 2022 at your Registered Polling Place

It is important that we review the candidates and their qualifications. Some of the questions I ask myself when making these decisions are: 

  • What is the candidate’s experience?
  • Is the candidate’s experience either in the same field or similar to the office they seek? 
  • What type of person are they?  
  • If they are to run a department, have they ever managed personnel before?
  • Will they have the best interest of the citizens as their priority or their donors?  

Within the past week or two you should have received a new voter polling place card. Please examine it carefully. Look at each field to be sure each is accurate. With the redistricting, check your poll location it may have changed. Review the political party listed. I have had a couple of people who say they are Republicans who had Democrat listed as their party. When investigating this with the Department of Elections, we found that some voters were correct, and the Department of Elections had made an error. They were quick to correct it but better to have it corrected now rather than on Election Day.

Remember, Republicans who don’t vote elect Democrats. Let’s ride the RED WAVE together.

Marilyn Booker, Chair Sussex County Republican Committee