The Beginning of the Delaware Constitution

The Delaware Constitution of 1897 (as amended)
§ 1. Freedom of religion.
Section 1. Although it is the duty of all persons frequently to assemble together for the public worship of Almighty God; and piety and morality, on which the prosperity of communities depends, are hereby promoted; yet no person shall or ought to be compelled to attend any religious worship, to contribute to the erection or support of any place of worship, or to the maintenance of any ministry, against his or her own free will and consent; and no power shall or ought to be vested in or assumed by any magistrate that shall in any case interfere with, or in any manner control the rights of conscience, in the free exercise of religious worship, nor a preference given by law to any religious societies, denominations, or modes of worship.
§ 2. Religious test for office not required.
Section 2. No religious test shall be required as a qualification to any office, or public trust, under this State.
§ 3. Free and equal elections.
Section 3. All elections shall be free and equal.