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A Delaware city is set to give corporations the right to vote in elections

  • The town of Seaford, Delaware has changed its charter to allow each business in the town one vote in local elections, which has raised concerns about corporate influence on election results.
  • Only 340 people turned out to vote in the last municipal election, while there are 234 registered businesses in the town, potentially giving corporate interests a significant sway in the outcome.
  • The law would not allow business owners to vote twice, but would allow non-town residents to vote multiple times if they also voted in their place of residence. The measure is expected to be voted on before the legislative session ends on June 30.
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