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Election 2018

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November’s election results produced a Delaware legislature that now more closely reflects the First State’s population.

The State Treasurer’s office is returning to Democratic hands.


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Get the latest on the First State’s ​races for U.S. Senate and U.S. House.

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Track the balance of power between the major parties in Congress as results come in for U.S. House and U.S. Senate races.

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Rainy weather did not appear to dampen voter turnout Tuesday as Delawareans headed to the polls for the 2018 Midterm election.


Voters have the final say in the 2018 Midterm elections Tuesday.

Delawareans will decide who holds two of the state’s three seats in Congress and three other statewide races.

We continue our look key legislative race in Tuesday;s general election, turning our focus to the 17th State Senate District in the center of Kent County. It includes Dover, Camden and Wyoming.

Candidates for its State Senate seat are Republican Mayor of Camden Justin King and Democrat Trey Paradee, the  29th House District State Representative.

Delaware Public Media’s Nick Ciolino covered that race. The Democrat Trey Paradee sat down for an interview.  Multiple attempts to schedule time with Republican Justin King failed.


Delaware Public Media's  2018 election coverage includes digging a bit deeper into the races with Delaware Public Media political analysts Republican Tom Kovach and Democrat Darryl Scott.

Kovach is a former North Wilmington State Rep. and New Castle County Council President, who previously ran for U.S. House.  Scott is a former State Rep from the Dover area.

This week – they offer their insights into key legislative races in the First State.


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Two Republican candidates for statewide office have been cleared of wrongdoing by the state elections office.

Krista Griffith is challenging House Minority Whip Deborah Hudson for her seat in the 12th House District.

Hudson, a Republican from Fairthorne, has represented the 12th House District since 1994. She was first elected civil court clerk in New Castle County in 1986. Before that, she was a teacher at Claymont Middle School and an educator at Winterthur Museum.

Hudson said her focus is solely on her work as a state representative. She said that allows her work on local issues - as well as important statewide initiatives and creation of new public policy.

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