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High School Senior Supports NFL Team’s Efforts to Rescue Children From Sex Trafficking.

High School Senior Supports NFL Team’s Efforts to Rescue Children From Sex Trafficking.

High School Senior, David Ragland, Founder of CKS Apparel flew to Pittsburgh to present Operation Underground Railroad (O.U.R.) Founder Tim Ballard with a check in support of O.U.R.’s and the NFL Pittsburgh Steelers partnership to end Sex Trafficking.
Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin commented, “There is nothing more important on this earth than rescuing abused children.”

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Chuck Boyce Announces Candidacy for Delaware Republican Party Chair

Chuck Boyce Announces Candidacy for Delaware Republican Party Chair

Local entrepreneur Chuck Boyce formally announced his candidacy for Delaware Republican Party (DEGOP) State Chairman on Wednesday. “My involvement with the DEGOP, as a statewide candidate, a delegate, regional officer and county chairman, I know firsthand the struggles Republican candidates throughout the state have faced over the past decade.” Boyce explained. “I know we can…

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New Castle Republican Chairman Responds to State of the State

New Castle Republican Chairman Responds to State of the State

New Castle Republican Committee Chairman Chuck Boyce responded to Governor Carney’s State of the State Friday, saying he agrees with the Governor’s intentions for education investments, but his declaration that Delaware is “strong and getting stronger” paints a picture  that misrepresents the struggles Delawareans are facing.   “Every year the Governor delivers a wish list…

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GOP Files FOIA Request on Alleged Keeley Hire, “Open Secret” Needs Public Airing

GOP Files FOIA Request on Alleged Keeley Hire, “Open Secret” Needs Public Airing

Chuck Boyce, the Chairman of the New Castle County Republican Committee, today filed a Freedom of Information request with the Delaware Department of Finance concerning the alleged pending hire of Democratic Rep. Helene Keeley as the director of the State Lottery Office. “This is an open secret in political circles,” said Boyce. “It is widely…

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