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Auditor McGuiness files for re-election

Charles Megginson Government, Headlines

Auditor of Accounts Kathleen McGuiness Embattled State Auditor Kathleen McGuiness has filed for re-election. First elected in 2018, Delaware’s first female auditor of accounts was indicted in Oct. 2021 on a slew of felony and misdemeanor charges. McGuiness is the first statewide-elected official in Delaware history to be indicted while in office. The charges allege McGuiness broke the law by …

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Delaware Dems want you to pay $46 to flex your Joe Biden knowledge

Charles Megginson Government, Headlines

Strapped for cash? Delaware Democratic Party asking supporters to pay $46 to spend an hour and a half with them on Zoom. Everybody in Delaware seems to have a Joe Biden story. After all, voters in Delaware have had 52 years to get to know the current U.S. president. You might have even seen him strolling down the boardwalk in …

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State GOP predicts ‘red wave’ in 2022, plans to kick off campaign Monday

Charles Megginson Government, Headlines

With just over a year until the next big election, the Delaware Republican Party has announced a campaign season kickoff with action items for every day until Nov. 8, 2022. The free rally will be held on Monday, Nov. 8 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Nobles Pond, located at 13 Nobles Pond Crossing in Dover. The event will feature free …

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Dem post equating Blue Lives Matter with white supremacy sets off controversy

Betsy Price Government & Politics, Headlines

    Legislative Hall, where the Delaware General Assembly meets   A social media post by the Delaware General Assembly’s Democratic chief of staff that equated flying a Blue Lives Matter flag with white supremacy has drawn ire from Republicans, dismay from police and discussions with his party leadership.  Jesse Chadderdon, who also is a former executive director of the …