Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long announces bid for governor

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“As a nurse, mom and proud Delawarean, I’m running for Governor to make Delaware the best place to live, work, and raise a family,” said Hall-Long. “There’s work to do to improve access to health care, create good-paying jobs, protect our rights, and strengthen our education system – and I’m up for the challenge because when you give a nurse a job – that job gets done.” 
“As a nurse, mom and proud Delawarean, I’m running for Governor to make Delaware the best place to live, work, and raise a family,” said Hall-Long. “There’s work to do to improve access to health care, create good-paying jobs, protect our rights, and strengthen our education system – and I’m up for the challenge because when you give a nurse a job – that job gets done.” 

Hall-Long has been involved in the state’s battle against opioid use.

Hall-Long was born and raised in Sussex County on her family’s farm in Dagsboro.

She has worked for over 40 years as a nurse and later as an educator.

She and her husband Dana, a Navy veteran, raised their son Brock in New Castle County.

Hall-Long will face New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer in the Democratic primary next year.

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