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GOP Candidate for U.S Senate
Jim DeMartino is uniquely prepared to serve in the United States Senate. He served his country as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. A practicing lawyer, who often represents many of the less fortunate among us.
He has worked with several blue-chip American companies, Westinghouse Electric Corp, Northrup Grumman and Oracle Corp in support of the defense industry. He currently represents several young artists by protecting their creative rights and small business interests. Always with a focus on how he can serve the country and people he so loves.
Character is a strength Jim brings to this campaign to represent Delaware in the U.S. Senate. A competent businessman and capable leader.
As a Major in the Marine Corps, Mr. DeMartino was granted a highest-level security clearance in military intelligence. In that capacity, he briefed Generals and their staff on operational situations. As a civilian, he briefed Admirals and other Pentagon officials on the capabilities, development and progress of several naval weapon systems in support of national security interests.
A constitutional conservative Jim is a true believer in the Second Amendment’s Right to Bear Arms, he knows an armed society is a strong and free society. Any attempts by progressive liberal Democrats like Senator Chris Coons to surrender our constitutionally protected rights will be met with fierce resistance by Jim DeMartino.
Jim DeMartino is a proud father, husband, patriot and contributing member of his community. He graduated The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina. A graduate of JROTC from the prestigious Xavier High School in New York City where he was taught core values like hard work, integrity and honor that guides him throughout his life. Mr. DeMartino received his law degree from Fordham University in New York City and today maintains a private law practice in the areas of criminal law and intellectual property with a focus on copyright in the art and entertainment industries.
The character to make Delaware proud, the capability to get the important things done and the competence Delaware deserves.
GOP Candidate for U.S Senate
US Senate Candidate, Lauren Witzke is a young conservative from Delmar, DE and graduate of Goldey Beacom Business College. After struggling with substance abuse, Lauren graduated from recovery center, Shenandoah Valley Teen Challenge, from which she later went on to become the program director. During this time she also became a political activist, providing a platform for various Republican congressional candidates and influencers across the United States. From there she worked for the Trump Victory team, becoming a top field organizer. Lauren has capitalized and made the most of every opportunity presented to her, after her Teen Challenge graduation. After becoming a highly sought after campaigner, Lauren grew observed that other candidates weren't addressing the needs that she felt were crucial to American, and especially her home state of Delaware. That is why she decided to end her travels, and tackle the problems head on by running for U.S. Senate. Lauren hopes to put an end to the Opioid epidemic, restore American families, reform immigration, end the forever wars, and establish a culture of life.
You can donate to her campaign by visiting www.LaurenWitzke.com or by check to PO Box 490, Dagsboro, De 19939. (Maximum Contributions $2,800)
GOP Candidate for U.S Congress
I have lived my entire adult life in our great state of Delaware. I began my teaching career at Immaculate Heart of Mary, and have coached at St. Elizabeth’s and St. Mark’s High Schools. I worked in the railroad industry for 35 years, starting as a conductor and ending in management. Since retiring I have pursued an acting career, appearing in commercials, film and TV.
Throughout life’s challenges, I have learned the importance of family, community and a government that protects and defends its citizens. Now a grandfather who is helping to raise two wonderful grandkids, I am committed to speak for those who cannot speak for themselves, and pledge to represent, with honor and fairness, my family and yours, and all Delawareans, in the U.S. Congress.
GOP Candidate for Delaware Lieutenant Governor
My name is Donyale Hall, and I'm running for Lieutenant Governor of the great state of Delaware. As a businesswoman, wife, mother, United States Air Force veteran and community advocate, it has been painful to watch the steady decline in our state. Private citizens here have been diligently seeking means and ways to address the distress of our impoverished communities, disengaged youth and complete lack of legitimate paths to viable economic opportunity and sustainability. These efforts have been of little or no avail. The prevailing consensus is that the State of Delaware needs representation by someone who will no longer perpetuate failed or broken policy and will be a real champion of change by tackling the socio-economic inequalities plaguing our state.
I have humbly accepted this challenge.
GOP Candidate for Delaware Insurance Commissioner
I am Dr. Julia M Pillsbury, a Pediatrician in Dover. I would like to thank Jane Brady for her support, advice and the opportunity to be here.
I graduated from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1981 and I have served on active duty in the US Army and Air Force. When I separated from the military and started in private practice, my Mother advised me to learn about medical coding, billing and reimbursement. In 1992 the coding system was changed. I was selected to represent the DE Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) to become our coding trainer. I later became our Chapter President. This lead to my nomination to represent the national AAP on the American Medical Association (AMA) Practice Expense Advisory Committee (PEAC). I was also appointed to the AAP Committee on Coding and Reimbursement which later became the Committee on Coding and Nomenclature.
Upon the retirement of the PEAC, I served on the AMA Resource Based Relative Value Unit Committee. I was later appointed to the AMA highest committee, the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) Editorial Panel.
During these assignments I owned and practiced Pediatrics in the Center for Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine (CPAM). CPAM and I have won many awards from the CDC, State of DE, payers and consumer groups for our outstanding patient care, management and patient advocacy. I have also served on and currently chair the State’s Medicaid Medical Care Advisory Committee (MCAC) for many years. I have testified at many hearings to advocate for my patients and primary care providers.
I feel my many years as a provider, adviser and consumer advocate make me well suited to become the Insurance Commissioner. While I realize I will have much to learn about the position, I feel I have much experience as a business owner. Furthermore, I feel I have much to offer as health care changes. I look forward to serving as Insurance Commissioner.