JIM & ADA LEIGH SOLES
SORRY, WRONG SENATOR
Posted: June 17, 2013
Karen Peterson, the Democratic state senator from Stanton, was mailed a letter of dubious origin with vicious content that made no sense to be aimed at her. Sure enough, there was an explanation for it.
Posted: June 13, 2013
One of the foremost advocates for a transgender rights bill, now being considered by the Delaware General Assembly, is Sarah McBride, who is "trans" herself. She is helping the cause through a serious background in state politics.
YES & NO IN DOVER
Updated: June 11, 2013
A bill on civil rights for transgender Delawareans has been added to the list of legislation to watch in the General Assembly. One senator's vote stood out when the measure was passed with 11 votes, the bare minimum, and sent to the House of Representatives.
GIFT OR GRAB?
Posted: June 6, 2013
Richard Korn's pursuit of politics has given way to the pursuit of a lawsuit against his mother over money, her condominium and her final resting place. Their dispute had a partial airing Thursday in the Court of Chancery.
NEVER FEAR, THE FAMILY IS HERE
Posted: June 4, 2013
When John Sigler suddenly resigned last week as the Republican state chair, barely a month into a new term, the party was left scrambling to find a replacement. It looks like it may find one in the usual place.
Posted: May 30, 2013
Not that Delawareans should be superstitious, but there has been a lot of voodoo in the politics here in '13, the latest manifestation being the sudden vanishing of John Sigler as the Republican state chair.
CALL THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AND ASK HIM WHAT HE IS DOING
Posted: May 28, 2013
What does it mean when the subject line of an e-mail turns out to be utterly divorced from the subject matter of the e-mail? That is the situation with Matt Denn, the Democratic lieutenant governor, and a recent blast e-mail from him.