Judge Says Red Clay Broke Election Rules

(Wilmington, DE)---A Chancery Court judge has ruled that the Red Clay School District broke election laws when residents approved a tax referendum last year, but he’s refused to overturn the results. Vice Chancellor Travis Laster agreed that Red Clay held “one-sided” get-out-the-vote efforts violating a clause in the state constitution that requires “free and fair elections.”  But Laster says the referendum approval will stand, citing what he calls “dysfunction” in the state’s public school financing system.  

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