Topics :: Christine O’Donnell
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By Jason St. Amand | Friday Nov 2, 2012
A Republican politician in Delaware, who has ties to the anti-gay marriage group Focus on the Family and has been endorsed by Christine O’Donnell, has been charged with 113 counts of sexually abusing a boy in the late ’80s over a 3-year period.
By Ben Evans and Randall Chase | Tuesday Nov 2, 2010
Democrat Chris Coons easily won Delaware’s Senate race Tuesday over Republican Christine O’Donnell, a tea party favorite who struggled to shake old cable-show footage in which she spoke out against masturbation and talked about dabbling in witchcraft as a teenager.
By Randall Chase | Thursday Oct 28, 2010
Republican Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell’s campaign threatened a radio station with a lawsuit if it posted video of an interview with the tea party favorite on the Internet.
By Ben Evans | Wednesday Oct 20, 2010
Republican Christine O’Donnell left her law school audience buzzing when she challenged her Democratic opponent to show where the Constitution requires separation of church and state, and a day later, the two Senate candidates are set for more face-to-face forums.
By Ben Evans | Friday Oct 15, 2010
The Republican Senate nominee from Delaware, who said four years ago that she heard the "audible voice of God" encouraging her to run for office, is shying away from publicly stating the evangelical views that built her career as a television pundit and c
By Randall Chase and Ben Evans | Thursday Oct 14, 2010
Christine O’Donnell, a tea party favorite, has drawn attention for her comments years ago that she dabbled in witchcraft as a teenager and opposed masturbation in a crusade against premarital sex. She frequently sought during a nationally televised debate to distance herself from her past views, softening her rhetoric on issues such as homosexuality and evolution.
By Michael K. Lavers | Tuesday Sep 21, 2010
Even though Christine O’Donnell shocked the country’s political establishment with her upset victory over Republican Congressman Mike Castle, members of Delaware Stonewall Democrats and statewide elected officials alike stress the gaffe-prone social conservative is more of a force with whom to reckon than outsiders may think.
By Troy Petenbrink | Wednesday Sep 15, 2010
American Idol alum Frenchie Davis is among those who are scheduled to perform at the 14th annual Delaware Pride in Rehoboth Beach on Saturday, Sept. 18.
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