One of the biggest races for statewide office is Delaware Attorney General. Chris Johnson is one of four Democrats vying for the office. Johnson will face Kathy Jennings, LaKresha Roberts, and Tim Mullaney on Thursday in the Delaware Primary. The winner will go against Republican Bernard Pepukayi in the November General Election. Chris was kind enough to present his message and he focused on an area that I feel the Attorney General’s Office needs to do more with, education.
Three days ago, I posted polls for the biggest tickets in the Delaware Primary. I ran them for Delaware Attorney General (Democrat), Delaware State Auditor (Democrat), U.S. Senator (Democrat), U.S. Senator (Republican), and U.S. Representative (Republican). Continue reading Chris Johnson, Kathleen Davies, Kerri Harris, Rob Arlett & Lee Murphy Win Big In Primary Polls!
The Delaware Attorney General’s office released a Freedom of Information Act legal opinion today giving Delaware Governor Carney the right to use executive privilege for a council designed to improve family services in Delaware. In other words, they are allowed to hold non-public meetings and invite whomever they choose with no one the wiser. The Attorney General’s office agreed with Carney’s office because of a very bad “separation of powers” clause in state law. Continue reading Governor Carney’s Office Cites “Executive Privilege” With Family Services Cabinet Council FOIA Complaint