Delaware honors 100 years of women’s suffrage

DOVER — Believe it or not, women have had the right to vote for less than half of the United States’ history. By 1919, the issue had come to a head after decades of intense lobbying around the country. Amidst much protest, Congress approved a constitutional amendment providing suffrage — the right to vote — […]

Commentary: It’s time to remove obstacles for Delaware voters

When the 150th General Assembly convened last January, it went to work on a slate of bipartisan proposals to reform Delaware’s elections system. These efforts caught the attention of Sen. Gerald Hocker, who recently wrote a fiery op-ed condemning the proposed changes, stating that “Delaware faces many challenges, and we have our share of problems,” […]