Vote-by-Mail & Election Day Registration Bills Signed into Law~ What’s all the hype about?

Bills to allow citizens to register to vote on Election Day and cast ballots by mail were signed into law by Gov. John Carney. The House of Representatives and State Senate delivered the controversial bills to the governor’s desk earlier this week. Both measures cleared the legislature on contested votes largely along partisan lines. Election […]

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State Lawmaker Questions Wisdom,

Benefits of Paid Family Leave Nearly nineteen hundred state and school district employees took advantage of the state’s paid family leave benefit during Fiscal Year 2021 (July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021), leading one state lawmaker to question its net impact. According to a report issued by the Delaware Department of Human Resources last week, 1,897 […]

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July 22nd: Updates from Senator Pettyjohn

Senate Republicans Issue Statement Regarding SCR 128 King’s Ice Cream’s 50th Anniversary Constituent Coffee Wrap Up Below is the statement our caucus release shortly after Monday’s special session was announced. This afternoon, the Senate President Pro Tempore, David Sokola, announced the Delaware State Senate will reconvene on Monday, July 25, 2022 at 3:00 p.m. to […]

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ATF AGENTS… Knocking on Delawareans doors!!!

Greetings Team Murray!   It has been a very busy week.  Last Thursday, the Delaware State Fair opened and Murray for Delaware has a prime spot right inside the main entrance.  Lots of dedicated volunteers have worked shifts from 10AM-8PM in the sweltering heat.  The feedback from attendees has been terrific – lots of support! […]

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GOP chair sues Department of Elections over new voting laws

The chairwoman of the Republican Party of Delaware has filed suit against the state’s Department of Elections over two new laws legalizing mail-in voting and same-day voter registration. GOP chair Jane Brady, who was Delaware’s attorney general from 1995 until 2005, said the new laws violate the state Constitution. “The Constitution provides you must vote […]

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My Sister’s Fault

0:11 / 2:01 “My Sister’s Fault” Selected in Latest Round of State Small Business Grant Program The Delaware Division of Small Business recognized 10 small businesses Thursday as winners of the fifth round of Encouraging Development, Growth, and Expansion (EDGE) grants, including one local business. EDGE is a matching grant program. The Division of Small Business matches […]

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Senator Dave Wilson

Access to educational services is vital for Delawareans and ensuring equal opportunities was a goal of the Senate Republicans during the 151st General Assembly. Senator Wilson spearheaded this effort by drafting and introducing Senate Bill 106. A constituent-driven bill, SB 106 ensures that homeschool students with disabilities are eligible for the same services as those […]

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