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Welcome to the Delaware Democratic Party
We, the Democratic Party of Delaware, dedicate ourselves to maintaining and improving our leadership in government. We encourage participation of all Delawareans - those in our Party, those seeking affiliation, and those who have a broad thirst for ensuring equality for all. We support candidates that promote personal freedom, economic and educational opportunity, efficient and effective government, and justice for all. We believe that cooperation is better than conflict, unity is better than division, empowerment is better than resentment, and bridges are better than walls. Through these principles, we can preserve and create a stable and thriving Delaware.
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- Black history is the history of AmeFebruary 26, 2021Welcome to our new Democratic NationalJanuary 21, 2021
Today, Delaware Democratic Party Chair, Betsy Maron, issued the following statement commemorating yesterday's inauguration of Delaware's Joseph Biden and Kamala Harris"Yesterday’s inauguration marks a momentous occasion in American history. With the swearing-in of the first woman to serve as Vice President, we have proclaimed to little girls, particularly those of color, that their American dream knows no bounds. They too can one day ascend to the highest offices in the land or wherever their ambitions may lead them. Glass ceilings have been broken.
After two successful cycles that culminated with the election of Delaware’s Joe Biden to the White House, Erik Raser-Schramm will be resigning his position as Chairman of the Delaware Democratic Party to join the administration of New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer.
Raser-Schramm’s final day as Chair will be Sunday, November 15. He will begin his job as Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for New Castle County the following day.