The right to vote, and to have one’s vote accurately and fairly counted, is a fundamental right of all American citizens — and one that underpins the rest of our civil liberties.

Yet barriers to voting exist everywhere in our society and impact our most marginalized communities at a disproportionate rate. Everything from insuffient voter education around eligibility and registration, to accessibility issues for voters with disabilities and non-English speakers, results in a less equitable and representative society for us all.

At the ACLU of Delaware, we believe that all who wish to vote should be able to do so. That’s why we push back against attacks on voting rights and advocate for reforms and improved technologies — such as new voting machines, early voting, same-day voter registration, and no-excuse absentee voting — to improve access to the ballot.

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Delaware Voting Rights Coalition

A.Delaware Voting Rights Coalition


The Delaware Voting Rights Coalition is a collective of groups and advocates encouraging voters and policymakers to consider reforms that will improve access to voting. We empower communities, especially communities of color, people who speak English as a second language, people involved in the justice system, people with disabilites, and young people, to identify and remedy barriers to the ballot box. We are ready to work with legislators, local election officials, and the Department of Elections to make these reform recommendations a reality.

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VOTAMOS, We Vote Coalition

A.VOTAMOS, We Vote Coalition


With growing immigrant communities, the need for effective and collaborative advocacy on issues ranging from access to healthcare, law enforcement, and access to government services has increased exponentially. Under the backdrop of a historic presidential election and the global pandemic, advocacy groups across Delaware formed the Votamos We Vote coalition to engage Latine voters in the First State and build their political power.