Month: July 2021

Campaign Management School

July 13th, 2021

Do you want to change the political establishment and elect principled Republicans in Delaware? Campaign Management School August 10-13 Leadership Institute, Arlington, VA Through the generous support of Chris Kenny, co-founder of A Better Delaware and CEO of Kenny Family ShopRites, we are sending 50 Delaware Republicans free-of-charge to the Leadership Institute in Arlington for […]

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Sussex County Republican Women award scholarships

July 13th, 2021

Sussex County Republican Women award scholarships July 11, 2021 Sussex County Republican Women’s Club scholarship presentation attendees shown are (l-r) Gale White, Eileen Beveridge, Kathy Phillips-Page, recipients Gabrielle McCormick and Riley Klopp, Nancy Burdette and Phoebe Cottingham. SUBMITTED PHOTO The Sussex County Republican Women’s Club met June 23 at Mulligan’s Pointe in Georgetown. Featured guest […]

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From Senator Richardson: Suspension of Rules Request was Denied

July 12th, 2021

The below editorial was drafted by Senator Bryant Richardson and distributed in his weekly email newsletter. It’s a great piece and I wished to share it with you. Senator Dave Lawson ————————————————————– On Tuesday of last week, I requested a suspension of rules to allow Senate Bill 108 (Women’s Right to Know Ultrasound Act) to […]

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151st Session Stands in Recess

July 10th, 2021

The General Assembly briefly entered special session after midnight on July 1 before recessing until the call of the chair. That procedural move is necessary under the Delaware Constitution to allow the House (and Senate) to be able to call their respective chambers back into special session later if necessary. In this case, there will […]

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Delaware Population Numbers Promises Low Economic Growth

July 9th, 2021

CRI NEWS   By Dr. John Stapleford Growth in population drives economic growth. A growing population increases demand for goods and services, and a growing working-age population means increased production. How is population growth doing in Delaware? ANSWER 1: Since the last published census (2010) through 2019, Delaware’s population has grown at 0.9% per annum-see bar chart […]

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