DelawareLive Sept 11

Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – Sept. 11, 2022

Sonja Frey Delaware Live, Weekly Review

Click on the image below to view as a PDF This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Headlines Delaware schools need 500 teachers. Here’s where Change to state retirees’ health insurance prompts angst Who’s running, updated: Delaware’s Sept. 13 primary Culture Girl Scouts urged not to sell 2 camps, 2 offices Family fun day to focus on emergency planning Meet Mr. and …

Keller Hopkins

How much is Keller Hopkins willing to pay?

Charlie Megginson Headlines, Government

Keller Hopkins, candidate for Sussex County Council, has personally loaned his campaign $163,000, even though the job he’s after pays just $35,252 per year. That means if he wins, he’ll have to serve on County Council for four and a half years to make enough money to pay himself back. If he loses — well, you do the math.  The …

Pires Fuller

Pires, 3 others paid $17K for anti-Greg Fuller mailer

Charlie Megginson Government, Headlines

A Sussex County campaign mailer deemed racist by Republican Party officials was financed with money from four prominent county figures. Some political observers say the mailer is an example of a schism in the Sussex County GOP.  The mailer, which criticized Greg Fuller, a Republican candidate for register of wills, was organized by the 35th Representative District Conservative Committee. According …