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Darius Brown Announces Run for Delaware State Senate – 2nd District

Wilmington, DE- Darius Brown announced his run to succeed current State Senator Margaret Rose Henry who previously announced her retirement at the end of her term. A politically active 2nd Senatorial district resident, Darius was Senator Henry’s campaign manager during her 2014 re-election and the Senator’s aide earlier is his career. 
 
As a former Wilmington City Council member and Delaware Democratic Party Board member, Darius has a record of working with fellow legislators and community leaders to represent working families and achieve opportunities for jobs, and access to healthcare. 
 
“I look forward to engaging with the citizens of the 2ndSenatorial District to work on the issues important to all of us and to continue to advocate for the 2nd Senatorial district community, said Mr. Brown.”  
 
While a councilman, Darius sponsored legislation to raise the minimum wage, established paid parental leave, and created the health care task force to manage the increased costs of employee benefits. 
 
“Mr. Brown said, my background and experience in community and economic development will help provide a successful transition for the next twenty years of progress and prosperity for the citizens of the second senatorial district.”
 

“I look forward to engaging with the citizens of the 2ndSenatorial District to work on the issues important to all of us and to continue to advocate for the 2nd Senatorial district community.”

~ Darius Brown  

To Ensure Our Progress
We Must Focus On

 

Strong Economy: 
Our public schools are the driver for job creation and a livable wage creating the workforce investing in homeownership, infrastructure, technology and small businesses. We must improve our public education system to ensure our children have a successful future. 

 

Safe Streets: 
Our communities should be a safe place for our neighbors and family. We must provide reentry services, community court adjudication, inter-agency policing and job creation in our communities plagued by senseless violence. 

 

Open Government:
Our government must become more transparent using accurate data to ensure accountability, efficiency and good stewardship. Citizens deserve to know that government is working for them not just for special interests.

 

Healthy Environment:
Our communities need access to affordable health care to promote lifetime of wellness and state of the art treatment facilities. We must protect our environment from the pollution in our air and water that has contributed to illness and disease.