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Posted: July 26, 2016
Somebody has to be the next congressperson from Delaware, but nobody has the background or the political chops to be an easy choice. That has the candidates trying out for the voters -- which is what Bryan Townsend did Monday at a town hall.
A LITTLE GAME OF POLITICAL CHICKEN
Posted: July 22, 2016
A couple of candidates in the Democratic primary for Delaware's lone congressional seat saw the political turf the other had staked out as fair game, as the pace of the race increased with Primary Day less than two months away.
AND THE WINNER IS . . .
Posted: July 19, 2016
The candidates in the Democratic primary for Delaware's lone congressional seat are making the case to show why their campaign's financial situation is the best. If they cannot all be right, can all of them be wrong?
Posted: July 14, 2016
With 21 candidates running for statewide office, Delaware politics is full of primary races for both the Democrats and the Republicans, but party endorsements are hard to come by for anyone not named John Carney.
FILING DAY FOLLY
Posted: July 12, 2016
Delaware politics is often known to take an oddball turn on Filing Day, the last time candidates can get themselves on the ballot, but this time the opposite happened, as a mysterious candidacy for governor was shut down after only a day.
A RUNNING DIALOGUE
Posted: July 7, 2016
Candidates who are running for office in Delaware in 2016 have until Tuesday at noon to get themselves filed. This has the Democratic state chair and the Republican state chair suggesting in a parallel dialogue who should run and who should not.
NO GOING BACK, JACK
Posted: July 1, 2016
Not many Delawareans have experienced what Jack Markell just did -- a two-term governor closing out a legislative term. He just went through his last June 30th as the Democratic governor. As usual, it was an all-nighter that lasted almost until sunrise.