The Polly Adams Mervine campaign for Senate showed today that it was already firing on all cylinders, with a whirlwind series of campaign events across the district. Joined by elected officials, community leaders, and local volunteers and supporters, Polly spoke passionately about her father’s legacy and her vision for the future.

Polly spoke about her experience growing up in Sussex County, and the values of hard work and compassion she learned at an early age. A small business owner herself, Polly proposed strengthening opportunities for entrepreneurs, while maintaining support for Delaware’s agricultural tradition. She also highlighted the need to attract new businesses and create new, high-paying jobs to ensure a strong economy for our children and future generations of Delawareans. Additionally, as a former teacher and mother of a high school student, Polly emphasized the importance of expanding and improving our education system so that all students have the opportunity to achieve their potential. She pledged to be a faithful representative for the district in Dover.

Along the campaign trail, Polly was joined by many current and former officials, who have pledged their support to help Polly succeed.

In Bridgeville, former Governor Ruth Ann Minner, State Senator Bob Venables, Bridgeville Mayor Billy Jefferson, Former Mayor Joe Conaway, and former State Representative Ben Ewing attended to show their support.

In Milton, Polly was joined by State Representative Pete Schwartzkopf, former County Councilman Lynn Rogers, former Lt. Governor John Carney, former Governor Ruth Ann Minner, former Secretary of State Harriet Smith Windsor, current County Councilwoman Joan Deaver, as well as a representative from Senator Kaufman’s office.

In Georgetown, Mayor Eddie Lambden, Former Senate President Pro Tempore Dick Cordrey, Former Secretary of State Harriet Smith Windsor, Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart, Sussex County Recorder of Deeds John Brady, and former Register of Wills and State Representative Howard Clendaniel, as a representative from Senator Carper’s office, rallied support for Polly’s campaign.

Between the first two kickoffs, Polly met with voters in Greenwood and Ellendale, setting the tone for the kind of grassroots, face-to-face campaign she intends to run. State Senator Bruce C. Ennis joined Polly at the Greenwood stop.

Polly will finish the day by attending the Western Sussex Democratic Club picnic this evening, where she will be joined by Governor Jack Markell and local Democratic activists. With only three weeks to go until election day, Polly’s campaign is ready to compete for every vote.