Little River Dredging Project
Financial Empowerment Program Made Permanent
Infrastructure Funding Bill Passed
Six Bills Focus on Women's Issues
Law Enforcement Torch Run


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Rep. Helene Keeley was recently elected to serve as Chair on the Board of Directors for the National Foundation for Women Legislators (NFWL), the nation’s oldest organization addressing the needs of elected women at all levels of government.


Residents of the 18th District chose David Bentz to be their new voice in the House of Representatives with 56.7 percent of the vote in a special election held Saturday. In accordance with the state Constitution, Rep. Bentz assumed office at the time the vote was declared final.


It’s not every day in Delaware that a lobbying effort garners so much attention, but that’s what happened last week when the Delaware Business Roundtable released a report that was critical of the way Delaware has managed its finances.

The report warns against a hypothetical doomsday scenario, where Delaware does nothing, spends recklessly, and ends up with a catastrophic structural deficit of more than $600 million in 2025. It’s a breathless, sky-isfalling view into the future, but not a realistic one. For one thing, doing nothing has never been an option in Delaware, as is evidenced by the balanced budgets we’ve consistently passed. 

The financing behind the U.S. 301 toll road project is conservative, innovative and geared to return money to Delaware’s Highway Trust Fund rather than take from it. The road will also pay uncounted dividends to Delaware in the form of a safer, less congested highway and the economic opportunities it will create.