Delaware’s DNA is heavily Democratic
Predictions show that Democrats will more than double their advantage over the 10 years between the 2004 and 2014 elections
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Oh, the disparity. The Democrats and Republicans are so mismatched going into this election year, there is a case to be made for the Republicans to sue the Delaware voters for non-support. Would that they could.
The Republicans have been jilted for years now, with the estrangement getting more and more pronounced. The voters here are becoming so taken with the Democrats that even Massachusetts, also known as the “People’s Republic of Massachusetts,” could be feeling jealous.
“The new image of Delaware nationally is one of the bluest of states,” says Joe Pika, a “The new image of Delaware nationally is one of the bluest of states,” says Joe Pika, political scientist at the University of Delaware. “For many years it was Massachusetts that Democrats pointed to as the party’s final bastion. It’s likely soon to be Delaware.”