No 2022 election necessary; two candidates file for two open positions
Two candidates filed nominating petitions for the two open Board of Commissioner positions: Edward Chrzanowski and Francis Markert. Since only two candidates filed petitions, there will not be an election on August 13.
To vote in City of Rehoboth Beach elections, voters must:
- be at least 18
- a resident (for at least 30 days) or freeholder or 10-year leaseholder (for at least six months)
- registered in the city's Book of Registered Voters.
Voters who miss two consecutive annual elections are placed on an inactive list. These voters are notified by postcard, and information about their voting status is requested.
Voters who have not yet registered in the City of Rehoboth Beach must register in person at City Hall, located at 229 Rehoboth Avenue. The deadline to register to vote in the 2022 municipal election is 4:30 pm July 14.
Voters who wish to vote by absentee ballot in the 2022 election must submit a completed absentee ballot request form, which are due back to the city by noon August 12 at the latest. The form is available online. To request that a form be mailed to you, call Donna Moore or Steven Perry at 302-227-6181, ext. 159.
Request forms must be completed and signed in order to be processed.
Return completed absentee ballot requests to:
City of Rehoboth Beach
229 Rehoboth Avenue
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
Absentee ballots are available 45 days prior to Election Day - on June 29, 2022. Ballots will be sent to everyone who has an absentee ballot request form on file with the city. The deadline for the city to mail absentee ballots is August 9, the last Tuesday before the election.
Absentee ballots must be returned and received by mail or in person before polls close on Election Day.
Election questions? Call Donna Moore or Steven Perry at 302-227-6181, ext. 159.