Independent Party of Delaware (IPoD) Endorses Rob Arlett For US Senate

The Independent Party of Delaware and its Board of Directors has formally endorsed Robert Arlett as the candidate for the position of Delaware's U.S. Senator. The Independent Party of Delaware chose to endorse Mr. Arlett because he is the candidate that demands change in the face of adversity. Rob Arlett wants living wage jobs, better quality health care and will strive to ensure that Delawareans receive the best. He would also address the nation's opioid epidemic and well as protecting families and human life. National border security, veteran's rights and defending the constitution are just a few of the reasons that IPoD has endorsed Mr. Arlett as a candidate for the U.S Senate. Donald Raleigh Ayotte State Chairman, Independent Party of Delaware. Read more

Webb Visits Apple Scrapple

Independent/Republican/Populist write-in candidate, Andrew C. Webb is greeting voters at today's 2018 Apple Scrapple festival in Bridgeville, DE shown here with Sussex County Libertarian Party Chairman James Brittingham. The Sussex County LP Organization recently endorsed Mr. Webb at its regular monthly meeting. Further information about the Delaware Libertarian Party is available at lpdelaware.org . The official website of the WEBB 2018 campaign is electwebb.com. Read more

LP Sussex Endorses Webb

The Sussex County Chapter of the Delaware Libertarian Party has endorsed write-in candidate, Andrew C. Webb for U.S. Representative, The party is currently running Nadine Frost for U.S. Senate, but does not have a U.S. Representative candidate on its 2018 ticket.

Libertarian Party endorsements are selectively awarded to candidates who best advocate and exemplify its core principles of smaller government, less taxes and more individual liberty.

The Webb campaign is gratified at the SCLP’s endorsement.

36th District Candidates Forum

All candidates in the 36th Representative District will be given an opportunity to present their platforms at the Slaughter Neck Community Action Orgainzation’s “Meet the Candidates Evening” event tonight Monday, October 8 at the Slaughter Neck Community Center, 22942 Slaughter Neck RD, Lincoln, DE at 6:30pm.

The public is cordially invited. Refreshments will be served.

Independent Republican Populist congressional write-in candidate, Andrew C. Webb is scheduled to participate.

Walker Doubles Down on Drugs

By: Wolf von Baumgart, Staff Writer Disavowed Republican U.S. Representative candidate, Scott Walker has “doubled down” on his position to legalize heroin and other opioids. In a recent WXDE 105.9 FM radio he viewed America’s opiod epidemic as a threat to national security. “It’s time to get opiods off the streets and into the pharmacies”. he said. When asked about the conduct of his 2018 campaign, he said “I have to do these outlandish things to get the voters attention ... I let the Holy Spirit lead me”. He added that he is single-handedly campaigning and that his family was “staying out of it because of the controversy” and appealed for volunteers. He also stressed that he was now back on his previously banned Facebook page , “scottwalkerfordelaware”. Although on the Delaware GOP ballot, the Delaware Republican Party State Executive Committee Read more

Guest Post

By: David O. Rickards Every citizen deserves to be able to fish, crab, and swim in our waterways Is your community impacted by polluted ponds, rivers, or streams? There is a highly ignored aquatic plant that has the ability to remove nitrogen and phosphorus from our drainage systems. This would lower the pollution entering and therefore improve the health of our bays and waterways. In 2012, a National Science Foundation (NSF) study proved that the common aquatic plant, duckweed, can reduce the nutrients responsible for the poor quality of our waterways. The NSF SBIR grant is available on the internet at http://grantome.com/brant/NSF/IIP-1215076 and will better explain the study. Birdsong Gardens was the subcontractor for this grant. We placed 1,900 gallons of water from the Millsboro pond into a lined 8X8X4 pit and were able to reduce the phosphorus level to zero in less than one Read more

Scott Walker’s Facebook Woes Continue

Scott Walker's Facebook woes continue as the disavowed Republican U.S. Representative candidate, faces elimination of subsequent pages for violation of community standards for continuation of his inflammatory comments on newly opened accounts. ,p>The process began with a three-day suspension for posting a rather pointless video recording of an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting which he attended, thereby violating member's reasonable expectation of privacy and confidentiality, as aired on WXDE Delaware 105.9 FM radio. The story of the termination of his official campaign Facebook page "Scott Walker for Delaware" was first made public yesterday evening on the Midlantic Dispatch.The "cat and mouse" game continues with the candidate opening new accounts as soon as one is eliminated. There is growing voter backlash to Walker's incendiary comments, resulting in complaints to Facebook and Read more

Webb / Walker Showdown

**** UPDATE **** The WEBB - Walker debate, previously reported has been postponed until further notice. Andrew Webb welcomes the opportunity to debate his opponents in the Public Interest. Stay Tuned. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Independent Republican Populist congressional write-in candidate, Andrew C. Webb will take on disawoved GOP candidate, Scott Walker live on the Weller Does Delmarva Show on WXDE Delaware 105.9 FM radio. The program airs at 6am on Saturday, October 6 from Smith's Family Restaurant in Seaford.bate Audience questions and participation are cordially invited. Read more

Walker Calls for Slave Rising

In a publicity move reminiscent of John Brown at Harper's Ferry in 1859, Delaware GOP congressional candidate, Scott Walker has called for African Americans to "rise" in the "Slave State of Delaware", posting on Facebook on Sep 25 at 8:47 pm as follows: "African American Delawareans unite! You have nothing to lose but your chains! How long will you live on the plantation? Delaware is a SLAVE STATE! Must it be that way in perpetuity??? RISE!" He faces The First State's first African American and first woman U.S. Representative, incumbent Democrat Lisa Blunt Rochester and Independent/Republican/Populist write-in candidate, Andrew C. Webb in the November 6 general election. Mr. Webb said he decided to run for U.S. Representative after the results of the September 6, 2018 Republican Primary. The Delaware GOP has recently renounced Scott Walker's candidacy and will not Read more

Delaware Bans Offshore Drilling

Governor John Carney, last Thursday, signed into law two measures, effectively banning offshore drilling for petroleum and natural gas in Delaware’s Coastal Zone and coastal waters. Senate Bill 200 prohibits drilling for oil or natural gas in Delaware’s coastal zone and territorial waters and precludes DNREC from issuing any permits in connection with the development of offshore drilling infrastructure, whether proposed for Delaware territorial waters or waters outside of the State. Its companion measure, Senate Substitute 1 for Senate Bill 207, opposes O&G drilling off Delaware’s coast and directs appropriate state agencies and officials to enforce Delaware’s rights in matters of offshore drilling under state and federal environmental laws. The measures had wide bipartisan support, largely for reasons of potential environmental and economic impact that a major offshore Read more

Farina Files as U.S. Senate Write-in Candidate

Peter Todd Farina of Wilmington has officially filed as a write-in candidate for U.S. Senator.

Previously, Matthew Walter Stout and Barry Eveland officially declared as Write-ins for U.S. Senate, challenging multi-term incumbent Democrat, Tom Carper and Republican Rob Arlett.

This continues a new trend of citizens, dissatisfied with the major parties choices of candidates, taking the initiative and entering the election as write-in candidates, most notably the Andrew Webb for Congress 2018 campaign, filed on September 13.

Citizens meeting constitutional requirements for various offices may officially declare themselves as write-in candidates by filing with the Delaware Department of Elections.

The deadline is October 1.

DE GOP Renounces Scott Walker

The Midlantic Dispatch has obtained a Delaware Republican Party (DEGOP) State Executive Committee official statement that strongly renounces and disavows its 2018 Republican congressional candidate, Scott Walker: Dear Fellow Delaware Republicans, The Republican Party of Delaware stands squarely as the party of Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt and Ronald Regan for the principles of: • Equality and respect for all. • Personal freedom and liberty • Smaller government. Through a series of unfortunate events, we have on the ballot a candidate for Congress whose actions and views do not in any way represent the principles of our party. Under our Party rules, a candidate can only be formally endorsed in a primary, if he or she has received 60% of the vote of the delegates to our spring convention. No candidate for Congress was put forth at that convention. Shortly Read more

DE Governor Announces Wilmington Port Expansion

Governor John Carney, the Diamond State Port Corporation and GT USA Wilmington, LLC have finalized a major agreement to significantly expand the Port of Wilmington, last Tuesday. Previously this year, Governor Carney announced an agreement with Gulftainer to lease the Port of Wilmington from the State of Delaware and construct a new container shipping facility on the Delaware River. “This historic agreement will result in significant new investment in the Port of Wilmington, which has long been one of Delaware’s most important industrial job centers,” said Governor Carney. [see video] According to the agreement, UAE-based Gulftainer’s subsidiary GT USA Wilmington, LLC will make annual royalty payments to the State of Delaware, totaling $13 million over the next decade. The company plans to invest up to $600 million in the Port over the next decade, including approximately Read more

Webb to Appear at Lincoln Community Center

By: Wolf von Baumgart, Staff Writer

Populist write-in U.S. Representative candidate, Andrew C. Webb will appear at a candidates forum on Thursday, September 20 at 6:30 pm in the Lincoln Community Center on 1883 Washington Street in Lincoln DE to answer your questions and listen to citizens concerns. Mr. Webb is running for Delaware’s at-large congressional seat.

He faces incumbent Democrat, Lisa Blunt-Rochester and Republican challenger, Scott Walker.

Sussex BOA Removes Condition on Allen Harim Plant

By: Wolf von Baumgart, Staff Writer In response to Allen Harim’s appeal of a earlier condition of approval of Allen Harim, LLC’s application for approval a poultry deboning operation at the former Vlasic Pickle plant near Millsboro, the Sussex County Board of Adjustment voted to remove its previous condition that all properly permitted on-site wastewater facilities be in place before the plant was allowed to operate. Instead, it now permits plant operation subject to legally permitted trucking of wastewater to off-site treatment, much to the consternation of local residents,last Monday night. The BOA also reiterated its standing general position that it does not have the power or inclination to make environmental or public health decisions in its deliberations. In an August 20 appeal to the BOA, an attorney for the multimillion-dollar South Korean owned corporation claimed that Read more

Andrew Webb Launches 2018 Campaign

Populist write-in candidate for U.S. Representative Andrew Webb, kicked off his 2018 campaign for Delaware's single congressional seat earlier this evening at the Stargate Restaurant in Seaford. Here is a transcript of his opening speech: Before I get started, I want to thank everyone who took time out of their evening for coming and allowing me to hear your concerns and ideas for our state and nation. Remember, it is your voice that I want to take to Washington. I would like to take a moment and thank my parents for coming out and supporting me in this endeavor. I would also like to thank our growing team of supporters who are helping me make it all possible. To tell you a little but about myself, My name is Andrew Webb and I am 26-year old graduate of Del Tech in Georgetown from the HVAC program. Currently, I have returned to study addictions and learn the steps of becoming Read more

Webb Campaign Launches Website

By: Wolf von Baumgart, Staff Writer Barely three days after announcing his populist write-in campaign, Delaware congressional candidate, Andrew Webb has added a ‘b’ to the term “website”. Electweb.com debuted the internet early Sunday morning. Developed in-house with volunteer staff, for a fraction of the cost of most political websites, electweb.com is streamlined and to the point, stating his position on major issues. It openly invites citizens to share their concerns and encourages active voter involvement and support. There is also a page dedicated to voter registration with instructions on how to cast a write-in ballot. Casting a write-in ballot in Delaware is more complicated than pushing a button in a column. Due to the very narrow roll of paper embedded in the state’s obsolescent voting machines it takes some extra effort. However, with a bit of concentration, Read more

Webb Files for U.S. Representative

In the aftermath of the 2018 Republican State Primary, a fresh new face is running for Delaware’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. Andrew C. Webb (26), an HVAC serviceman, concerned citizen and Del Tech student, majoring in drug and alcohol counseling, has filed as a write-in candidate, yesterday. “After considering and seeing our options to represent Delaware in Congress, I have decided to officially run for US House of Representatives as a write-in candidate and clear alternative to Delaware politics as usual. My message is simple: Consistency and Transparency. I will be officially filing on Thursday. Stay tuned!!”, he announced on social media. Although he is a registered Republican, he is running a highly motivated independent write-in campaign to run for U.S. Representative as a popular alternative candidate. “Our campaign is intended to represent Read more

Improving Delmarva’s Water Quality

David Rickards, President and CEO of Birdsong Gardens offers an economically profitable and sustainable solution to the problem of Delmarva's deteriorated water quality. Duckweed ( Lemna minor) has been commonly treated as a rapidly growing nuisance aquatic plant to be disposed of . Generally, duckweed is controlled with copper algicide compounds, having negative impact on fish and other aquatic and estaurine life with a net deterioration of the natural biota. However, controlled harvesting and processing of lemna minor can yield useful and profitable commercial products with significant reduction in both nutrient and toxic water pollution in natural waterways and man made holding facilities. A specific example is given for Allen Harim's proposed deboning plant near Millsboro, DE: 1) Allen Harim has 1,200 acres planned for spray field irrigation (@43,560 square feet/acre). 2) Read more

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