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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 27 - December 3, 1998 - 21 Sussex Democrats btgin taking on election for year 2000 Finance committee organized to begin pushing Minner for governor, other candidates By Rosanne Pack Earlier this month, the county The 1998 Return Day parade had barely cleared The Circle when Sussex County Democrats put their heads together to start planning election 2000. County chairman Tim Willard said that the organization has al- ready established a new commit- tee, Election 2000 Finance Com- mittee, and there are plans to spon- sor special fundraising and candi- date information events as the turn-of-the-century election ap- proaches. He said funds will be used whenever appropriate for specific races. "We want to start raising money now for the election in 2000," he said. "We want to raise awareness of the excellent candidates we will have and what the par- ty stands for." Willard said that Richard Cor- drey, former senator and president pro tem, will CORDREY serve on the committee. He said the long-time senator from Millsboro remains one of the most respected citizens in Sussex County and his work on the committee will be a great as- set. Other Election 2000 Finance Committee members include Willard; Sen. Robert Venables, D- Laurel; Harriers Smith-Windsor; Jim Griffin, Esq.; Jim Purcell; Bri- an Shirey, Esq.; and Richard JOhn- son Jr., county treasurer. I OCEAN RAVEL EAR Y D H O P P C A L S Meeting Continued from page 20 into the limelight: Bunting has taken some criti- cism for allegedly opposing the Lingo project. But he said this week in a letter that "I want to state emphatically that I'm not op- posed to a sub-division iri that area as long as a workable solu- tion can be found to the potential traffic problems." Bunting called for a traffic light Democrats had a roundtable dis- cussion with 1998 candidates and district chairmen. In addition to discussion of establishing the fi- nance committee, those attending the roundtable talked of an orga- nized Election 2000 Candidate Recruitment Committee. "With [Lt. Gov.] Ruth Ann Minner as our candidate for gover- nor and other strong incumbents doming up for re-election, we have a good chance to present a solid ticket of winning candi- dates," Willard said. The county chairman pointed out that the election of 2000 should attract a lot of attention be- : cause it will be a presiden- tial election year as well as an election year for U.S. MINNER Sen. Joe Biden, U,S. Rep. Mike Castle and the Delaware governor's seat. He said strong incumbents such as Sen. George Bunting, D-Bethany Beach; Sen. Thurman Adams, D- Bridgeville; Rep. John Schroeder, D-Lewes; Rep. Shirley Price, D- Mil!ville; and Rep. Charles West, D-Gumboro; should also con- tribute to the interest in the elec- tion. The seats of Democrat incum- bents in Sussex County Council, Dale Dukes, Finley "Butch" Jones and Lynn Rogers, will also be up for election. "With all of these impressive of- at Church Street, saying that a sig- nal is needed because of the in- creased traffic. "My problem with the proposed Lingo development centers around the fact that it would, under current plan, enter RehobothAvenue Extended at the Church Street intersection. Any- one who has tried to enter Re- hoboth Avenue, turning left to- ward the bridge, from Church Street even on a fall or winter weekend, let alone in the summer- time, knows how hard it can be to accomplish that today," Bunting wrote in his letter. rice-holders, we are looking for- ward to a strong Democratic year," Willard said. "We will be closely watching the Republican incumbents and those newly elect- ed. Those of us on the committe are hopeful that Democratic chal- lengers will not be in short supply and will not be idle as the 2000 election approaches. We want to present a unified campaign." He said Democratic committee members realize that most people feel as if the election just ended and it's early to dive into the next one. However, he said most party members came out of the election with the feeling that they could capitalize on the momentum that started with election 1998. "Some people might be tired of it, but we are excited about what we are going to do for 2000," he said. "It's such a neat process, such a mix of issues and personal- ities and we are already gearing up." Read Selections From The Cape.Gazette On-Line www.lewestoday.com NEW KITCHE Quality Design & Installation For Kitchens & Baths ,'i:t ,; I 25YEARS 644.9006  EXPERIENCE @ RT 2.4 JUST OFF RT 1AT FAMILY DOLLAR MALL DISNEYWORLD!! Limited Space Available. 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