The term "incapacitated" in Delaware's statute permitting political parties to replace candidates who are unable to fulfill their duties if elected can apply to candidates who are practically incapacitated because of circumstances as well as candidates who are either physically or mentally incapacitated, the Delaware Supreme Court has ruled.
Candidate 'Incapacity' Has Broad Meaning
Delaware Law Weekly
January 23, 2013
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