The Delaware Chamber of Commerce announced today that it won’t be endorsing a candidate in the 10th District senate race. The chamber did, however, recommend some key issues that it believes voters ought to keep in mind on the election next Saturday, February 25.
James DeChene, senior vice president of government affairs at the chamber, outlined these issues in a short video.
On the top of the list: addressing the $350 million budget shortfall, reestablishing manufacturing in the state, creating a pro-growth environment, meeting healthcare costs, and replicating the success of Middletown.
“The Board of Directors and Board of Governors think that these messages are important for consideration,” DeChene said.