LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Davies endorsement

It is not often that I choose to make an endorsement in a primary election, but sometimes a candidate stands out from the rest and earns my recognition and support. An individual of impeccable integrity, experience, and intelligence best describes Kathleen Davies. Ms. Davies stands above the others in my opinion and will administer the […]

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: We the people

Our president has stirred the inner sanctum of government. Never before have I seen a president take on all comers, foreign and our own, with such fervor. The Democrats had eight years under Obama to bring about positive changes to our social and political horizons, and they failed miserably. They had total control of policy […]

Delaware attorney general hopeful Jennings dominates in fundraising

  DOVER — Attorney general candidate Kathy Jennings, who is competing in a primary with three other Democrats next month, has raised nearly $411,000 this year, more than three times greater than what her opponents combined have collected. Financial disclosure reports for candidates competing in the Sept. 6 election were due to the Department of […]

SOUND OFF DELAWARE: Election choices

This is your public forum. We welcome your opinions, which can be emailed to newsroom@newszap.com or posted online under the stories at www.DelawareStateNews.net. The two Republican candidates for a U.S. Senate nomination competed with each other Tuesday over who is the biggest supporter of President Trump and the strongest critic of Sen. Tom Carper. Delaware […]

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Democrats have a tough road ahead

Democrats have worked oh so hard for the past 18 months on one thing — getting Donald J Trump out of office, legally or illegally. Now, after giving it all they had, working night and day, sweating, cheating and lying, they looked up at the calendar!!! Uh oh, fall midterm elections are almost upon us. […]

SOUND OFF DELAWARE: Reporting on Hall

This is your public forum. We welcome your opinions, which can be emailed to newsroom@newszap.com or posted online under the stories at www.DelawareStateNews.net. A Friday Delaware State News article reported that State Senate candidate Donyale Hall has faced civil lawsuits for unpaid rent, failure to pay a mortgage and debt. The mortgage lawsuit was ultimately […]

SOUND OFF DELAWARE: Carper’s cash

This is your public forum. We welcome your opinions, which can be emailed to newsroom@newszap.com or posted online under the stories at www.DelawareStateNews.net. Data from the Federal Election Commission indicates U.S. Sen. Tom Carper, a Democrat seeking his fourth term, listed $1.29 million on hand as of June 30 — far more than any other […]

Trump says Biden is his 2020 ‘dream’ Democratic opponent

Democrat would President Donald Trump most like to run against in 2020? He says it’s Joe Biden. Trump tells CBS News in an interview broadcast Thursday that “I dream about Biden.” Biden, who was vice president under Barack Obama, sought the Democratic presidential nomination twice but eventually dropped out of each race. He considered running […]

Dover police chief asks for removal of photo from candidate’s website

DOVER — 17th Senatorial District candidate Justin King, the mayor of Camden, recently was chided by Dover’s chief of police over a modified photo of law enforcement on his website. While Mr. King has since removed the image in question, he believes the issue was mishandled by Dover officials, causing it to be blown out […]

Californian runs for Delaware’s U.S. Senate seat — and Florida’s, Hawaii’s and Vermont’s, too

DOVER — Roque De La Fuente wants to be your U.S. senator, Delaware. The fact he doesn’t live in the First State? A minor detail. It only gets weirder: Mr. De La Fuente also wants to represent Florida — or Hawaii or Washington or Minnesota or Vermont, and despite running for president as a Democrat […]