Just browsing Chapter 33 of the Delaware Code, we find that the words "Democratic" and "Republican" have been declared completely off-limits for all other parties for all time.
No "Democratic Socialist Workers Party" permitted in Delaware.
In fact, Thomas Jefferson's "Democratic-Republican" party would have been illegal here, too.
(a) The certificates of nomination shall designate a title for the party which the convention or committee represents, together with any simple figure or device by which its lists of candidates may be designated on the ballot. The figure or title or device selected and designated by the state conventions or committee of any party shall be used by that party throughout this State. Only 1 figure or device shall be used by a party at any election. The same title, figure or device shall not be used by more than 1 party, and the party first certifying a name, title, figure or device to the county departments of elections shall have prior right to use the same, and provided further that the Democratic Party and the Republican Party shall have exclusive use of such title and no other party shall use the word "Democratic" or "Republican" or any variation thereof in its title. Such figure or device may be the figure of a star, an eagle, a plow, or some such appropriate symbol, but the coat of arms or seal of this State or of the United States or the flag of the United States or of this State shall not be used as such figure or device.Nah, no special privileges. It's all about the superiority of the message, yah know?