Celia Cohen

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The Republicans’ Rough Ride

They haven’t held a majority in the state Senate for more than 40 years. Could the next election change that?

The Primaries Are Over. What Will Happen in November?

What happens to the state Senate may very well cause the most suspense on Election Night.

Primary Elections in Delaware: A Political Kiss of Death?

Delaware's 2016 primary Election Day is Sept. 13. Meaning, there are "a lot of politicians with their fingers crossed."

The Presidential Primary Blues

Twenty years ago, Delaware made a bid to become first in the nation again. Win some, lose some.

Where Have All the Women Gone?

They once fared as well as men in statewide office. Not so now, unless…

At a Glance: The Past Decade of Delaware Politics

State elections have been drastically reordered since a group of icons gave way to some up-and-comers. So what now?

When Special Elections Become a Circus

What’s so special about a special election? Usually nothing—unless the balance of power could become unbalanced.

Rules of Elections

Delaware’s elections have their own set of precedents, including “You do not embarrass the electorate.”

First State Comes Last in Politics

After taking the lead in signing the Constitution, Delaware has fallen behind—which is good and bad.

First State Politics are at a Crossroads

Political giants have come and gone. What’s next for Delaware?

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