“The problem occurred, it appears, exclusively in New Castle County,” said GOP chair Jane Brady. “This is unprecedented and unacceptable.”

Posted on 11-23-2022

The chair of the Delaware Republican Party is calling for two election officials to resign after an election she calls “flawed in ways Delaware has never experienced, and should never experience again.”

According to GOP leader Jane Brady, “ineffective and incompetent management” caused 10 or more polling locations to run out of ballots, stopping voting in some of those locations for an hour or more during peak voting hours during the Nov. 8 general election.

Dixon, who Brady is asking to resign, said during Monday’s board meeting that affected polling places contacted the Department of Elections and additional ballots were sent to those locations immediately. There were no reports of voters who were not able to cast ballots due to the issue, she said.

Charlie Megginson
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