May 11, 2021 School Board Elections



NOTE: Election results reports include a a notation of number of registered voters in the school district. This is provided as information only. Per Delaware Code, a qualified individual (a U.S. citizen, resident of the school district in which the election is held, and who is 18 years of age or older on the day of the election) may vote in a school election, and is not required to be a registered voter.

Undervotes: This indicates that a voter chose less than the specified number of candidates for a contest. For example, if the contest on a ballot indicated "Vote for One", the voter chose none of candidates. Another example, if the voter was eligible to vote in two contests on a ballot (two seats up for election on a school board), the voter chose to vote in only one of the contests. If the voter did not select any candidate for all contests on the ballot, it’s called a Blank Ballot.

Overvotes: This indicates that a voter chose more than the specified number of candidates for a contest on the ballot. For example, if the contest on a ballot indicated “Vote for One”, the voter voted for more than one candidate. This may occur only in absentee ballots, as voting machines in polling places will not allow a voter to vote a ballot with an overvote. NOTE: Any overvotes on a ballot are not counted.


New Castle County School Districts


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