The Delaware House of Representatives voted today 23-18 to pass marriage equality after the house committee approved it on the 18th. One Republican from Newark sided with 22 of the House's 26 Democrats. The bill now heads to the Senate where Democrats hold a 13-8 majority.
Considering the same partisan margins exist in the House and Senate, the bill should pass. Rhode Island's marriage bill is imminent with the full and final Senate vote tomorrow, so Delaware will likely be the 11th state with marriage equality.
It looks like the last coastal state in the Northeast left without marriage equality will be New Jersey, where its Republican governor and minority members refuse to budge.