JIM & ADA LEIGH SOLES
RICHARD KORN GETS HIS
Posted: April 23, 2015
Sam Glasscock III, the vice chancellor in the Court of Chancery, has figured out what should be done about the money, the condo and the cemetery plot in the lawsuit filed by Richard Korn, the failed candidate, against his mother.
Posted: April 21, 2015
"Political Notebook" is a collection of items about Delaware politics. This one takes a look at John Carney, the dancing congressman, and Matt Denn, the new attorney general reflecting on the completion of his first "100 Days" in office.
THE LONGEST COUNT
Posted: April 16, 2015
The 2014 race for the Kent County recorder of deeds is the election that will not die. It has now gone all the way to the Delaware Supreme Court after a recount ended in a tie between Betty Lou McKenna for the Democrats and La Mar Gunn for the Republicans.
THE ABSENTEE CANDIDATE
Posted: April 13, 2015
When the Sussex County Democrats got together Saturday evening in Bridgeville for their annual spring dinner, it was no surprise the event was a magnet for potential candidates in 2016. Who was not there meant as much as who was.
UPDATE: EARLY LINE 2016
Posted: April 10, 2015
The way candidates get going is people hear about them on the Grapevine, and candidacies are busting out all over, although not so much for the election that should be the race to watch in 2016. That would be the one for governor.
DAVE MCBRIDE TO THE RESCUE
Posted: April 8, 2015
The bill for repealing the death penalty would not have made it through the state Senate last week if Dave McBride, the Democratic majority leader, did not vote for it. His background did not make him an obvious candidate to do it.
FIRST TIME AS CONSCIENCE, SECOND AS POLITICS
Posted: April 3, 2015
Legislative Hall in Dover has its own rhythms, as it showed again Thursday when a bill that would repeal the death penalty in Delaware came up for debate for the second time in the state Senate with a repeat result.