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August 17th, 2022

Greetings Team Murray! I spoke at 4 different events last week and will continue to spread the word every chance I can get.On the vote-by-mail front, we are in the process of briefing right now and will argue it before the end of August.  I expect that it will be appealed to the Delaware Supreme […]

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Challenger Training: August Schedule

August 16th, 2022

In order to increase voter turnout and win elections, we need to enhance our presence in the polling place.    A presence can be accomplished through becoming an Election Worker (paid and trained by DOE) or a Checker/Challenger (volunteer, we are offering training as noted below). Remember early voting starts on August 31st.  Primary Election Day […]

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Candidate Forums in Sussex County!

August 15th, 2022

Greetings fellow Republicans, There are two Candidate Forums coming up of interest to Sussex County residents.  On Thursday, August 18th, residents in County Council District 5 have the opportunity to attend a debate between Incumbent County Councilman, John Rieley as he faces off against challenger Keller Hopkins.  Councilman Rieley has extensive experience in finance and […]

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CHANGES IN UNEMPLOYMENT RATE BY CITY

August 13th, 2022

A Better Delaware Update From: Town Square Live Throwing more of taxpayer’s money at incentivizing people to work is an unsustainable effort. Our state must enforce unemployment benefit requirements to include greater accountability for recipients to actually seek work…Read More Featured on A Better Delaware’s Social Media This Week… Changes in Unemployment Rate by City […]

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Nobody’s happy with the 2022 Delaware education test scores.

August 13th, 2022

State education test scores dismal, described as ‘crisis’  Delaware’s 2022 test scores were released Tuesday, and they aren’t pretty.  Just 30% of Delaware students in grades three to eight met grade level math requirements, while 42% earned a proficient score in English language arts.  These scores come from the state-administered Smarter Balanced Assessment, an end-of-the-year […]

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