Issues

A Stronger, Healthier Delaware for All of Us

Healthcare

Delawareans’ health must be our top priority. Prior to entering public service, Bethany has over 30 years of combined experience as a public health nurse and as a nursing professor at the University of Delaware. As Lt. Governor, she created first-in-the-nation systems of care to battle addiction and mental illness. She’s our champion for better, more equitable care.

Economy

Bethany is leading COVID-19 recovery efforts. She knows that to build our state back stronger than ever, we need to create opportunities for all of us. Under her leadership, Delaware is breaking new ground in fields like biotech and fintech. We’re investing in our most precious resource: our people.

Education

Every child in Delaware deserves a first-class education that prepares them for the world and the economy of the future. We must invest in our teachers and our students. Bethany has led the fight to make sure every classroom in Delaware has the supplies and technology that it needs.

Environment & Climate Change

Delawareans’ health must be our top priority. Prior to entering public service, Bethany has over 30 years of combined experience as a public health nurse and as a nursing professor at the University of Delaware. As Lt. Governor, she created first-in-the-nation systems of care to battle addiction and mental illness. She’s our champion for better, more equitable care.

Infrastructure

For Delaware to be a leader in the 21st century economy, we must modernize our aging infrastructure. Bethany is leading the fight for investments in our roads, bridges, and public spaces that create thousands of good-paying jobs, and improves the safety and quality of life of everyone in our community.

Criminal Justice Reform

As Lieutenant Governor, Bethany chairs the board of pardons. In that role, she has led efforts to bring down waitlists for those seeking pardons and commutations. Wait times to be heard by the board for those seeking pardons has decreased from 18 months to just one month. The previous wait of three and a half years for commutations is down to 3 months. She’s leading the fight to ensure all Delawareans are treated fairly.