Delaware State Treasurer to End Her Campaign for Congress in Delaware


State Treasurer Colleen Davis has decided to end her campaign for Congress in Delaware, as she and her family have gone through a difficult time recently. She mentioned her father’s ongoing illness and her own health-related concerns as well. While the state treasurer is recovering well, she has adjusted her priorities at this time–with family…

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Delaware Treasurer Colleen Davis Launches Campaign for Congress


Today, Delaware Treasurer Colleen Davis launched her campaign for Congress in the Delaware at-large seat. She says Serving as Delaware’s Treasurer has meant fighting for hardworking families, seniors and the vulnerable, to help keep them safe and secure. She adds that she’s now running for Congress because of the need for leaders who know what…

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Delaware Treasurer Prepares for Possible Default


Delaware State Treasurer Colleen Davis is preparing for the potential federal government default and taking proactive measures to protect Delaware’s financial interests. She says the State’s overall investment portfolio holds about $2.3-billion in U.S. Treasuries – and a default on the part of the federal government could result in significant loss if an agreement is…

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DE Treasurer Colleen Davis Sworn in for Second Term


State Treasurer Colleen Davis was sworn in for her second term Tuesday morning. The oath was administered by Deputy AG Jason Staib, legal counsel to the Office of the State Treasurer. “It is my honor and privilege to serve the people of Delaware,” Davis said. “Over the past four years we have maintained our AAA…

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Democrat Colleen Davis Files for State Treasurer


A Sussex County woman has filed as a Democratic candidate for State Treasurer.  Colleen Davis of Dagsboro is a health care professional who has focused on sustainability, efficiency and quality-of-care for health care providers and their patients, which she says would serve her well in the Treasurer’s office.  She is challenging Republican incumbent Ken Simpler…

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