DEGOP’s Decent Senate Recruiting Continues

Filed in National by on October 26, 2017

On a prima facie basis, Jason Stewart is another example of some decent recruiting by the DEGOP. Like their Senate picks last time out, Stewart is untested but looks fairly good on paper.

GOP candidate announces his campaign for state Senate seat
Oct 25th, 2017 · by Matt Bittle

Jason Stewart
DOVER — Republican Jason Stewart said Wednesday he is running for the 17th Senatorial District seat.

Incumbent Sen. Brian Bushweller, D-Dover, is not seeking re-election next year.

Rep. Trey Paradee, D-Cheswold, is running for the seat, and Republican Donyale Hall has formed a committee allowing her to raise funds for a campaign.

Mr. Stewart, a native of Kent County, is a graduate of Caesar Rodney High School and a former member of the U.S. Army Reserve who served in Iraq.

After returning from Iraq in 2010, Mr. Stewart joined the Inter-Con Security team of the U.S. Department of State for uniformed diplomatic security, where his duties included planning security arrangements for federal officials and leaders from other countries.


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  1. Bane says:

    Donyale Hall is also legitimate. Military veteran, mom, and a business owner. She is also African American.

  2. jason330 says:

    Meredith Chapman – Where is she now? These greenhorn candidates running for the state Senate only make sense if they are setting themselves up for future campaigns.

    This recruiting program looks disciplined enough to take that into account. If it is, Dave Burris is setting up the Democrats for a world of hurt.