(Dover, DE) -- There are new changes to Delaware's voting laws. Governor John Carney signed a new bill that would allow early voting ten days prior to certain elections. Under House Bill 38, polling places in Georgetown, Dover, New Castle and Wilmington will be open ten days prior to primary, general and special elections for statewide offices, the general assembly or other offices covered in the legislation. The new changes will go into effect in 2022.
Source: 24/7 News