From the 151st General Assembly, this Act codifies what valid forms of identification are to be included with the statement an elector must prepare to request an absentee ballot. It also allows for an elector submitting the statement by mail to include a clear photocopy of one of the valid identification forms with the statement. This Act also calls for the Department of Elections to make an additional attempt to verify the elector’s identity if such identification is not included with the statement. If the elector does not provide the verifying information, the Department of Elections will not provide an absentee ballot to the elector. For the complete bill, please click here: https://legis.delaware.gov/BillDetail?legislationId=68707.
House Bill 189
This Bill is from the 151st General Assembly. Prior to the bill being signed on November 7, 2022, if a municipality or other governmental unit employs a police officer who has within 2 years completed mandatory training while in the […]
From the 151st General Assembly, this Act creates a $500 tax credit applicable to individual personal income taxes for certain lower-income, working-poor, individuals. In the case of spouses filing a joint return, the tax credit is $1,000. If spouses file […]
From the 151st General Assembly, this Act temporarily eliminates the state’s portion of the realty transfer tax for certain real estate closings for first time home buyers with a purchase price of $250,000 or less. The bill applies to a […]