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FROM TRIALS OF PORN TO KORN v. KORN
Posted: July 16, 2014
Not a week after Richard Korn, the onetime serial candidate, was acquitted of kiddie porn charges, he was back in court to represent himself in the lawsuit he filed to sue his own mother for money after she cut him off.
Posted: July 10, 2014
Filing Day on Tuesday brought out the candidates for five statewide offices. Almost half of the 21 seats in the state Senate and all of the 41 seats in the state House of Representatives are also on the ballot. Delaware Grapevine charts the races to watch.
NOTHING TO SEE HERE, FOLKS
Posted: July 8, 2014
When the candidates' filing deadline came and went on Tuesday at noon, there was nothing to suggest there would be any change in the political fortunes of the Democrats and the Republicans here in Delaware in the 2014 election.
WHEN JUNE TURNS INTO JULY
Posted: July 1, 2014
Dover kicks up its heels a little bit when the Delaware General Assembly heads into its last session of the year in Legislative Hall, and the political set cannot resist stopping by to see for itself what is going on.
THE POLITICAL HARDBALL BEHIND AN ELECTION BILL
Posted: June 27, 2014
The reason there is election legislation awaiting the governor's signature is not necessarily evident from reading the bill. It requires a look at the politics behind it, particularly what has been going on in Kent County.
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FLIPPING THE SUPREMES
Posted: June 26, 2014
The Delaware Supreme Court got itself a new justice when the state Senate voted on Wednesday to confirm Karen Valihura, but it nevertheless left the court's membership and political balance in a state of flux.
Posted: June 19, 2014
If there was a fable for this campaign season, it would not be "The Tortoise and The Hare," but "The Tortoise and The Tortoise." All of the statewide races in 2014, from U.S. senator through state auditor, are exhibiting only occasional flashes of life.