For the first time, there are enough people registered in the Conservative Party in Delaware, so that it is ballot-qualified and is free to nominate by convention in 2022, assuming it keeps its registrants. The party, as of February 1, 2021, has 779 registrants. The law requires registration of one-tenth of 1%, which is 759 registrants.
As of October 2020, there were 660 registered Conservatives, so it appears someone has been working to increase the party’s registration. However, there is no website for any Conservative Party of Delaware, and it is possible there is no organization, and the increase in registration is just individual voters choosing to write in “Conservative” on their voter registration forms.
The other qualified minor parties in Delaware are the Independent Party and the Libertarian Party. The Green Party has 752 registrants, up from 719 as of October 2020, so it virtually has enough.