JIM & ADA LEIGH SOLES
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER
Posted: Sept. 15, 2014
The Delaware Republicans finally got around to holding a convention Saturday in Dover to endorse their statewide slate, after Primary Day made it a done deal. It was still early enough to bash away at the Democrats, though.
WHOSE NAME WILL REIGN SUPREME?
Posted: Sept. 11, 2014
The machinations are under way for a new Supreme Court justice to replace Carolyn Berger, whose last day was Sept. 1, with a list of names, some rather familiar, going to the governor this week to be considered for the nomination.
Posted: Sept. 9, 2014
A yawner of a Primary Day failed to bring out the voters, but the ones who did come out were establishment types who delivered the Republican race for treasurer to Ken Simpler and the Democratic race for auditor to Brenda Mayrack. They also ousted a legislator or two.
SHAGGY DOG POLITICS
Posted: Sept. 5, 2014
In a strange twist, a strategy by the Delaware Republicans to try to appeal to more African-American voters could wind up having dire consequences for Republican candidates in two races that are the party's best hope for winning statewide office.
UPDATE: RACES-TO-WATCH STATEWIDE
Posted: Sept. 3, 2014
The statewide ballot was supposed to be set almost two months ago. Ha! Never underestimate Chip Flowers' penchant for making a hash out of just about anything. Delaware Grapevine takes a new look at the statewide races.
THE LAST BAMBOOZLE
Posted: Aug. 29, 2014
Until the bitter end, Chip Flowers fostered a political guessing game about whether he would try to withdraw his withdrawal from the Democratic primary for state treasurer and foil Sean Barney's nomination-by-default.
PRIMARIES TO WATCH
Posted: Aug. 26, 2014
Delaware Grapevine charts the primaries to watch when the Democrats and the Republicans go to the polls on Tuesday, Sept. 9, to vote for the nominees who will fill out the ballot for Election Day, coming two months later on Nov. 4.