Current Legislative News


The Gallup Poll identified 60% of Democrats feel Socialism is good for the country. However, a USA Today (AUG, 2018) article showed only “37 percent of Americans have a positive view of socialism.” Sen Sanders and Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez receive a lot of coverage; however they represent only a small percentage of our country. The Gallup’s Editor-in-Chief Frank Newport stated most socialist candidates lost in the 2018 Democratic primaries. We, as a Team, must get this word out! Socialist are not supported in OUR country, just in the Fake News.

A Congressional Scorecard based on the U.S. Constitution

  • Congresswoman Blunt Rochester – 10%
  • Congresswoman Pelosi – 0%
  • Senator Carper – 20%
  • Senator Coons – 10%
  • Senator Schumer – 30%

Do our elected officials represent us or the people of California and New York?

The General Assembly Returns to Work Tuesday, to Meet Virtually Through March

The calendar for the General Assembly and links to view sessions online can be found at

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You can find a complete list of State Government meetings at


September 17, 2021 Newsletter

  • In This Issue:

  • Constituent Coffee
  • Broadband Internet Expansion Survey
  • Grant-in-Aid Application Process Now Open


  • October 6, 2021 Newsletter

    • In This Issue:

      • SB 65 FAST Signed
      • Around Town Part 1 – Millsboro
      • Governor Carney Announces Leadership Change at Delaware Department of Education (DOE)
      • Unemployment Insurance Policy Regarding Employer Vaccine Mandates
      • Joint Legislative Oversight & Sunset Committee Seek Public Input

Aug 6, 2021


      • SB 106 signed into law
      • 2021 Legislative Wrap-Up
      • Rental Assistance Portal Temporarily Offline
      • Delaware High School Students Named “National Cyber Scholars”




    ICYMI: Senate President Pro Tempore Sen. Dave Sokola and House Speaker Pete Schwartzkopf last week announced the launch of a new website where Delawareans can learn more about the legislative redistricting process and upcoming public hearings, as well as submit questions or suggestions about draft maps when they become available.

    The first public meeting will be held virtually at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, September 28. Click here to register now:

    Click here to read more about the redistricting process:

    Click here to visit the General Assembly’s new redistricting website:


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