Unofficial Delaware Election Results

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Results in Delaware began coming in quickly Tuesday night – but when all was said and done – not much changed. The divide in the Delaware State Senate grew wider – with Democrat Laura Sturgeon picking up the District 4 seat formerly held by Republican and Senate Minority Whip, Greg Lavelle. Democrats also retained the…

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And the Candidates in Delaware Are….

The filing deadline for candidates in Delaware was noon Tuesday and there has been a flurry of filings since Friday.  The Sussex County Council has seen 6 candidates file for 2 open seats now that George Cole has announced that he will be stepping down at the end of his term and Rob Arlett is…

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Maryland Primary Results

Maryland voters have been casting ballots in the state primary election since last week. Early voting saw more people going to the polls before the primary for one reason or another, but still only comprised a little over 6% of eligible voters. Results were late coming in Tuesday night after the Baltimore City Circuit Court…

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Federal Funding Secured for DE through Senate Appropriations Committee


Federal funding for Delaware environmental programs has been secured through two appropriations bills passed in the Senate Appropriations Committee.  Senator Chris Coons serves on the Senate committee – the first Delaware senator to sit on that committee in over 40 years.  There is funding through NOAA that includes $80-million for Coastal Management Grants, $30-million for…

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VA Mission Passed in US Senate

Legislation that funds the VA Choice Program has been passed in the US Senate.  This program serves about 3000 Delaware veterans and provides support for families caring for wounded veterans.  The measure passed in the US House last week.   Delaware US Senator Tom Carper is a 23 year veteran of the US Navy and Naval…

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