Delaware Law School Dean Rodney Smolla; the Honorable Susan DelPesco, Superior Court of Delaware (retired); the Honorable Randy J. Holland, Justice, Delaware Supreme Court (retired); Kyle Evans Gay, Esq.; and LaKresha Moultrie, Esq. discuss the Delaware Equal Rights Amendment that will be voted on the required second time by Delaware’s General Assembly early in the 2919 150th legislative session.https://wumail-my.sharepoint.com/:v:/g/personal/dsvallee_widener_edu/EaInK3Th6WlEsICDCx3EKQoB8GYTB6xj2pMrQ3ApydNNtA?e=e5FF3n
Seven alumnae of the 2017 program launched campaigns. Congratulations are in order for Dee Durham, Kendra Johnson, and Laura Sturgeon for their election to the New Castle County County Council, the Delaware House, and the Delaware Senate, respectively. Not coincidentally, the 2018 election resulted in increased female representation in all three legislative bodies. In other results, Monica Taylor was elected to the board of the second largest school district in Pennsylvania. Two other program alumnae ran very credible campaigns but were defeated by vastly more experienced and politically connected candidates, while a third alum lost by only 140 votes in what was probably the most competitive state legislative race of 2018. We look forward to even greater success in the critically important 2020 elections.