Don’t Forget! Red Clay Referendum Vote Today

Filed in National by on February 28, 2012

I have no idea how this will turn out.

Here’s the basic info:

  • Who is eligible to vote?
    Anyone who is a U.S. citizen, lives in Red Clay and is at least 18-years-old can vote. Voters do not need to be registered to vote in general elections or own property to vote in the election.
  • 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
  • Polling Locations:
  • A. I. du Pont High School
  • A. I. du Pont Middle School
  • Baltz Elementary School
  • Brandywine Springs School
  • Cab Calloway School of the Arts
  • Carvel State Office Building (820 French St)
  • Conrad Schools of Science
  • Dickinson High School
  • Forest Oak Elementary School
  • H. B. du Pont Middle School
  • Heritage Elementary School
  • Highlands Elementary School
  • Hilltop Lutheran Neighborhood Center (1018 W 6th St)
  • Lewis Elementary School
  • Linden Hill Elementary School
  • Marbrook Elementary School
  • McKean High School
  • Mote Elementary School
  • North Star Elementary School
  • Richardson Park Elementary School
  • Richey Elementary School
  • Shortlidge Academy
  • Skyline Middle School
  • Stanton Middle School
  • Warner Elementary School
  • I’d like to take a moment to thank everyone for reading and commenting on my posts over the last several weeks. Your comments were interesting, thought provoking and informed! I learned a lot. Thanks!


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  1. John Young says:

    Also, you can vote at any of the locations, not bound to the one nearest residence. You will sign a waiver proclaiming this vote to be your only vote under penalty of law.

  2. auntie dem says:

    Busy around noon at North Star. Had to wait in a short line to vote. I don’t know what that means but a lot of the voters had white hair. I assume they don’t have kids in school but do have school taxes to pay on retirement income. But the voters will look different when the car-line forms after school.