JIM & ADA LEIGH SOLES
THE JAMBOREE TURNS ITS LONELY EYES TO JOE AND JOHN
Posted: Aug. 27, 2015
The Sussex County Democratic Jamboree ain't what it used to be. Nor will revival come this Saturday, when the annual beach event is held at Cape Henlopen State Park without Joe Biden or John Carney, about whom speculation swirls for the 2016 election.
CONSTITUTIONAL CHECKS OUT OF BALANCE
Posted: Aug. 25, 2015
There are three branches of government. They are set up to check and balance one another. They are co-equals, but the leader of one branch here in Delaware is acting a little more co-equal than the others. Hint: He is the one in the robe.
DISTRICT IN PLAY
Posted: Aug. 20, 2015
Despite an overwhelming Democratic voter registration, the Democrats took 28 years to win back the 18th Representative District from the Republicans in 2008. That seemed to be that, but now there is a special election coming.
ELECTION? WHAT ELECTION?
Posted: Aug. 18, 2015
In the dog days of summer in an odd-numbered year, two candidates are nevertheless tasked with trying to get the voters' attention for a special election, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 12, to fill a vacancy in the state House of Representatives.
"DOWN A VERY DARK PATH"
Posted: Aug. 14, 2015
Federal prosecutors are trying to put away Jeffrey Brian Cohen, a disgraced insurance executive, for a very long time after they found evidence he had a high-tech rifle and directions to the homes of Matt Denn, the attorney general, and Travis Laster, a vice chancellor.
CANDIDATES ARE BUSTING OUT ALL OVER
Posted: Aug. 11, 2015
With two more people playing footsie with running, one for lieutenant governor and one for insurance commissioner, there are now potentially four for governor, four for the congressional seat, five for lieutenant governor and four for insurance commissioner. Yikes.
NOT CHRIS COONS FOR PRESIDENT
Posted: Aug. 6, 2015
For the first Republican presidential debate, the lineup included the junior senators from Florida, Kentucky and Texas. Whenever the Democrats hold their first presidential debate, the junior senator from Delaware will not be there.