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September 19, 2023 Newsletter

    • In This Issue:

        • Bridge Replacement on RT 54
        • Wind Farm Site Investigations Beginning
        • DE 54 (Main Street) and Church Street for Intersection Work



    • October 3, 2023 Newsletter

      • In This Issue:

              • Constituent Coffee Meeting, Tomorrow, October 4th
              • For Your Information
              • NEWS YOU CAN USE
              • Cover Crop Cost Share Program Improves Soil Health and Water Quality

          Senator Richardson Priorities – updated 3/30/23 – click on link below

          September 28, 2023 Newsletter

        • In This Issue:

                  • The No Patient Left Alone Act under consideration in Dover
                  • Teacher of the Year Finalists



          • September 22, 2023 Newsletter

            • In This Issue:

              • Weekend Storm
              • Read Aloud Delaware Ribbon Cutting
              • Delaware Aglands Hits Milestone Permanently Preserving Over 150,000 Acres
              • Closure of Wilson Hill Road

          August 8, 2023 Newsletter

          In This Issue:

          • New Environmental Laws Could Have Sweeping Impacts on State Spending, Priorities, and Regulations
          • Bill Would Impose New Restrictions on Sussex County Landowners
          • VIDEO: Preparing for the Unthinkable — Drill to Simulate Coastal Oil Spill


September 22, 2023


In This Issue:

  • Weekend Storm
  • Thank You for Your Responses!
  • Read Aloud Ribbon Cutting
  • Term Limits Legislation
  • Human Trafficking Forum
  • Chad Spicer Memorial Service
  • Recognizing the USO
  • Wind Farm Site Investigations Beginning
  • The Second Floor Podcast
  • Stay in Touch!



July 4, 2023

 Greetings fellow Republicans,

 A very Happy Independence Day to all and Happy Birthday to our country!   How fortunate we are to live in this wonderful country!  We know that as citizens of this democratic republic, we have truly won the lottery.

We are not naïve enough to believe that everything in the country we love is perfect.  We know there are warts.  But more importantly we know that good people working together and holding fast to our God-given rights will prevail over any obstacles as we continue to work toward a “more perfect Union.” We must keep this fact in our minds and our hearts as we address the challenges facing our country today.   We know that the United States of America continues to be the most successful experiment in democracy ever.  We must hold fast to this notion and teach our children and grandchildren about the promise of America for “the advancement and diffusion of knowledge is the only guardian of true liberty.” – James Madison.

So how should we celebrate our country’s birthday?  Our founding fathers had some ideas:

John Adams thought that “It ought to be commemorated, as the Day of Deliverance by solemn acts of devotion to God Almighty.  It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires and illuminations from one end of this continent to the other from this time forward forever more.”

 Benjamin Franklin believed “July the Fourth shall forever be a day where the people of this land come together to remember the importance of democracy and the true joy of freedom.”

One of our favorite quotes about how to celebrate the holiday comes from Erma Bombeck.  “You have to love a nation that celebrates its independence every July 4th, not with a parade of guns, tanks and soldiers who file by the White House in a show of strength and muscle, but with family picnics where kids throw Frisbees, the potato salad gets iffy and the flies die from happiness. You may think you have overeaten, but it is patriotism.”

So have a safe and fun 4th!  Enjoy your families and friends.  Go to a parade; wear red, white and blue; have a picnic and overeat – after all it’s time to be patriotic!

Your Sussex County Republican Committee Executive Board

Marilyn Booker, Chair

Lewis W. Briggs, III, Vice Chair

Hylton Phillips-Page, Treasurer

Betty Bridgeman, Secretary

Michele Forzley, Parliamentarian


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Georgetown, DE 19947

Phone: 856-6323                    Fax: 856-6413



    April 27, 2023

    DEGOP to Create a Community Center in Wilmington, Delaware
    with Grant from Republican National Committee

    Exciting News!

    Yesterday at the meeting of the Republican National Committee in Oklahoma City, Ronna McDaniel, Chairwoman of the RNC, announced to the Delaware Delegation that the RNC will commit to funding a Community Center in downtown Wilmington to establish a presence in urban neighborhoods. This will be a new part of our strategy to continue to engage the African-American and Hispanic communities and grow the Party. 

    “While Delaware isn’t a state that traditionally receives national investment, we are pleased to partner with the DEGOP to help open a Community Center in New Castle County. We are doing this in large part because we believe in Jane Brady’s leadership, know that she will be an effective steward of this investment, and have seen her record of outreach to communities that aren’t traditionally Republican. We look forward to working with Jane, Hank McCann, Mary McCrossan, and all the Delaware Republicans to increase support of our candidates in the 2024 election cycle”, stated Ronna McDaniel.

    The Community Center will be modeled after RNC’s success with similar centers in College Park,Georgia, San Antonio, TX, and Cleveland, OH.  The plan is to grow the Republican Party, build lasting relationships, and work to earn the voter’s trust from all communities. 

    The commitment includes resources for a storefront site in Wilmington, dedicated staff, and multiple programs to meet the needs of the community, such as tutoring, helping young people with resumes and interviewing skills, and providing resources like coats and school supplies, as well as registering voters and running campaigns. 

    I am very excited to be able to have a steady presence in the City of Wilmington and to have a new way to bring our message of opportunity, family, and success to new communities.  

    I also appreciate Ronna McDaniel’s confidence in me and the Delaware Delegation. Building our relationship with the RNC has been one part of our fundraising strategy and will help us now and into the future. 

    Thank you to Hank, Mary, and everyone who has been a part of the planning so far.  This is good news for everyone in Delaware. 

    Jane Brady

    Chair, Delaware State Republican Party

    Paid for by the Republican State Committee of Delaware



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