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Le REHOBOTH GALLERY New exhibit showcases changing seasons P8o BUSINESS Fins Ale House to open brewpub P37 A&E Arzt takes helm at Schwartz Center P79 Delaware's Cape Region FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 - MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014 capegazette.com While he was elected to a statewide Strong Sussex support boosts native son seat, a closer examination ofthe numbers reveals that just as in the Sept. 9 primary By Chris Flood and Nick Roth percent and Green Party candidate David against Sher Valenzuela, Simpler's Sussex newsroom@capegazette.com Chandler polled 2.8 percent. County supporters propelled him to the "Delaware, thank you. You did, in fact, convincing victory. Republican Ken Simpler, a native of make it simpler," said Simpler from a The two candidates were essentially Rehoboth Beach, will take over as state raised podium in front of a large Delaware tied when New Castle and Kent county treasurer in January, easily defeating state flag in the lobby of the Avenue Inn, ballots were counted, with Barney get- Democrat Sean Barney. his election night headquarters. "I am ring one more vote than Simpler: 81,890 Simpler, the first nonincumbent Repub- humbled. I am honored. But in all honesty, to 81,889. lican to win any statewide office since not withstanding a long journey here, I In Sussex County, however, Simpler 1994, received 53.6 percent of the vote am totally energized to be your next state statewide, while Barney garnered 43.6 treasurer." Continued on page 22 MADAM PRESIDENT LEADS THE WAY BEEBE BALL All aboard Orient Express at annual gala P6o ROSALIE WALLS WAVES to a large crowd on The Circle in George- town Nov. 6 during the annual Return Day parade. Walls has served RON MACARTHUR PHOTO on the Return Day committee since 1972 and as president since 1990. See more photos in the Friday, Nov. 14 edition. SCHOOL Sussex Academy to build new fields, pool P14 DEWEY BEACH Town officials could end public safety committee P16 POLICE Former Ravens cheerleader charged in tryst with teen P16 SUSSEX Selling county is theme of annual conference p18 INDEX Arts & Entertainment 79 Business & Real Estate37 Community Calendar 95 Cape Life 60 Classifieds 109 Obituaries 23 School & Education 100 Sports & Outdoors 102 "The price of liberty is eternal vigilance."