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Politics & Government

Delaware Public Media's coverage of First State politics and government, including the General Assembly. Coverage is led by Delaware Public Media's political reporter Sarah Mueller.

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Delaware’s Democratic incumbents decisively fended off Congressional challenges in Tuesday’s Midterm election.


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Democrat Kathy McGuiness will be Delaware’s next State Auditor.

McGuiness defeated Republican James Spadola with almost 58% of the vote to become the State’s first female Auditor. 

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Kathy Jennings is the First State’s new Attorney General.

The Democrat easily defeated long time Democrat-turned-Republican Bernard Pepukayi.

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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.


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Delawareans are deciding races for U.S. Senate, the state's lone U.S House seat, State Attorney General, State Treasurer, State Auditor and a host of General Assembly seats in this 2018 Election.

But those aren't the only results to watch and you can keep up with what's happening elsewhere from NPR in real time here.

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.

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Agencies in the First State are taking another look at housing discrimination. The last study was done in 2011.


Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security officials still aren’t discussing publicly how a box of DNA samples sat undiscovered for years.


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