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« on: November 03, 2013, 01:22:34 pm »

When is the last time the GOP carried ANY major statewide race there? Obviously, we only see the result from the gubernatorial races, but Bill Roth was the last I could remember back in '94...yikes.

Yes, Mike Castle lived in the house for years after being governor, but even he was thrown out in one of the dumbest primaries and decisions the GOP EVER made.

George Bush quietly made a mild play for DE back in '04 when 9/11 was an issue in the northeast and he got within 7.5%, but it's not like it was ever in doubt.

Delaware narrowly reelected its incumbent State Treasurer, Tom Wagner, in 2010. He's currently the only republican holding statewide office.
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