Delaware Wraps up the 2020 Primary Season: Overview and Live Results

September 15, 2020

Delaware holds the final primary of 2020 on Tuesday. Polls close at 8:00 Eastern Time. As always, your polling place may have different hours; don't rely on this schedule to determine when to vote.

To be honest, there's really not all that much to see here. 

Senate: Democratic Sen. Chris Coons should have little trouble winning his primary or a third term in November. 

Governor:  Democratic Gov. John Carney should have little trouble winning his primary or a second term in November. 

House:  At-large Democratic Rep. Lisa Rochester has no primary challenger and should have little trouble winning a third term in November.

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