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The Delaware Democratic Party would like to wish everyone an enjoyable and safe Fourth of July. It is an exciting time for Delawareans and Americans alike. As you pack your families and bags into your vehicles and head to the various parades, parties, and fireworks we ask you to please take a few moments to think about the service men and women of our great country. They have fought and still fight bravely to protect our country and the freedom we enjoy on a daily basis.

The Delaware Democratic Party is saddened to hear about the passing of former Chairman, Henry Topel. He served as the State Party Chairman for eight years and then went on to serve as the President of the Democratic State Chair Association. 

Eight Campaign trainings to be held across Delaware.

Republican legislators in Delaware and Washington, D.C., alike have always been proponents of deregulating government. Freedom is the central idea to many of their ideologies as well as their proposed legislation. Yet, when it comes to same-day registration they wish to keep current regulations that would limit access.

Register Ciro Poppiti is pleased to announce that his Office has generated more than $1.5 million for New Castle County through an initiative called Operation Backlog.

The Delaware Democratic Party is accepting resumes for the 2014 Coordinated Campaign, positions being filled include: Regional Field Directors and Field Organizers.  Please submit your cover letter and resume to applicants@deldems.org.  Summer/Fall internships also available.

There is plenty to be done as it applies to our economy and infrastructure.

Companies partner with state agencies to engage students in career planning and experiential learning opportunities

The DATA Act will allow taxpayers and lawmakers to track every dollar spent by federal agencies and more easily identify fraud, waste and abuse in order to create a more efficient government.

Today we mark Equal Pay Day in the General Assembly. Equal Pay Day marks the extra time the average American women would need to work to earn as much as her average male counterpart did in the previous years.