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MURRAY WINS DELAWARE
REPUBLICAN CONVENTION ENDORSEMENT

Georgetown attorney and Republican gubernatorial candidate, Julianne Murray, fresh off her resounding victory at the Delaware Republican State Convention said that her victory demonstrates that her campaign has the momentum needed to win in November. She said her victory was truly incredible in that she has only been in the race for two months and was able in that time to defeat better known and financed opponents. Murray said that her win showed that voters want someone who is not a career politician and will be unafraid to wage the campaign needed to defeat John Carney and put Delawareans first.

“I want to thank the delegates for their endorsement of my candidacy,” said Julianne Murray. “As I campaign across our state, I hear from voters that they are tired of career politicians and the political games. Delawareans want a governor who will fight for them and put Delaware first. This victory demonstrates this.

“In two short months, my campaign has shown the momentum that will defeat John Carney in November,” continued Murray. “I urge everyone to join this campaign and help me win. It is time for a change in Delaware. I promise when I am elected that I will work day and night for the citizens of Delaware and always put them first unlike our current Governor who puts his donors and their special interests ahead of the well-being of Delawareans.”

Delaware Small Business
Bill Of Rights

  • When it comes to their right to operate, small businesses will be treated equally as big box stores.
  • After a state government inspection or ruling, small businesses will have 25 working days to fix any broken regulations or laws without fear of fines or penalties.
  • Whether it is tax law or a new regulation (not deemed a public health emergency), small businesses will be given one year to adapt. Small businesses cannot afford a team of lawyers to comprehend new regulations and compliance issues.  They need to be given time to adjust.
  • All businesses will have the right to timely responses to state applications and inquiries.
  • All business have a right to responsive and knowledgeable assistance from state government employees
  • Businesses will not be discriminated based on geography.
  • Reduce stifling regulations by streamlining municipal and state government regulatory process.
  • All economic boards will have a representative from the small business community.
  • The Governor will not sign any bill with new regulations unless accompanied by cost estimates for implementing by both the state and the business.
  • The Governor will hold the line against taxes which stifle the economy.
  • The Division of Small Business will have leadership with small business experience

84,675

Small Businesses

98.4%

Of Delaware Businesses

187,221

Small Business Employees

46.7%

Of Delaware Employees

Meet Julianne Murray

“I did not have the good fortune to be born in Delaware.  After living in other states, it was clear to me I was a Delawerean through and through.  I am proud to call Delaware my home.  While we might be a small state we should dream big.  I hope that you will join me on this important campaign to hit the refresh button for our home state.”  – Julianne Murray

Julianne Murray has never shied away from hard work or a challenge.

Born in Alexandria, Virginia, Julianne was a good and hardworking student.  As a result of her determination, she earned a full academic scholarship to the University of Arizona where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management Degree.  While earning her degree, Julianne interned as a staff training specialist for the Federal Bureau of Prisons at FCI Tucson. 

Longing to return to be near her family, Julianne relocated back to the East Coast and began working as a paralegal for a law firm in Virginia.  She married her husband Patrick in 2002 and shortly after they relocated from Maryland to Delaware.  Julianne became the Administrator for a Georgetown law firm.  In 2008, at the age of 38, Julianne took on the challenge went and to law school.  She worked at the law firm and attended school full time until her 3rd year when she became an extern for Justice Henry duPont Ridgely of the Delaware Supreme Court.  In 2011, Julianne graduated, passed the Delaware Bar and was admitted to practice. 

In February 2012 she opened her own practice (Murray Law LLC in Georgetown) and hit the ground running.  She built her practice from the ground up and over the course of the next 8 years has added two partners, helped thousands of Delawareans with their legal needs (both civil and criminal) and has been a champion of the U.S. and Delaware Constitutions. 

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Issues Facing Delaware

Issues

THE TIME IS NOW to change how things are done!  Governor Carney’s entire term in office has been riddled with indecisiveness and lackluster performance.  It is not just his mismanagement of COVID-19.  Delaware had one of the worst economies in the nation PRIOR to COVID-19.  We need FRESH START!

Julianne Murray is willing and able to make the hard decisions that are going to be required to get Delaware back on track.  She has the E.N.E.R.G.Y. and will focus on the following:

E – Economy

Delaware’s economy has been decimated by the Governor’s COVID-19 declarations.  We have to get the restaurants and businesses back to fully operational.  Small businesses create the majority of new jobs and our small businesses have been dramatically impacted by the shutdown.  There are long-term effects of the economic shutdown such as reduced tax revenues and increased governmental spending that are going to cripple Delaware.  We need to attract businesses back to Delaware!

Small businesses are the lifeblood of our state.  The majority of new jobs are generated by the small business community.  By creating more jobs, there is competition for employees which results in increased wages.  If we want to grow jobs and wages, then our state must work with the business community instead of against them.  However, we don’t accomplish that by our state government picking winners and losers.  We do it by creating an environment where all businesses can thrive.

Unfortunately, our Governor has gone well beyond picking winners and losers.  He is deciding which businesses can survive and which ones will go bankrupt.  The cries of business leaders and their employees will not fall on deaf ears when Julianne Murray is our Governor.

Let’s take bold action to improve the business climate and facilitate job growth by enticing new companies to come to Delaware and help existing companies expand.

  • Reopen our state. No business wants their customers to get sick.They will take the necessary precautions to provide a safe experience.Let’s allow our jobs and businesses to survive this pandemic.
  • Cut taxes and regulations. Nothing hurts job growth like higher taxes and endless regulations.As our next Governor, Julianne Murray will lower the tax burden and streamline regulations to encourage entrepreneurship. 
  • Reduce the number of healthcare mandates. Small-sized employers should be allowed to choose high-deductible and mandate-lite plans. Given the desire for greater cost containment overall, as our Governor, Julie will revisit the mandated benefits and repeal those that impose unnecessary costs.
  • Our state government should work with cities to adopt a uniform permitting code for small, “neighborhood” businesses, creating fast-track permitting that allows them to open and grow.

N – Neighborhoods

In order to change the way politics operate in Delaware we have to get into the neighborhoods and connect with voters and get them engaged and excited to vote.  We have to convince citizens that a political outsider that owns a small business is the right person to get Delaware back on track.

E – Education

Abraham Lincoln once stated “The philosophy of the school room in one generation will be the philosophy of government in the next.”  Our youth are the future leaders of Delaware and the U.S. We need to be teaching our children HOW to think – not WHAT to think. 

R – Restore the Republic

The U.S. is a republic form of government and is designed to be government of, by and for the people.  The representatives in government in Delaware need to be in touch with what we the citizens are concerned about.  Career politicians have lost touch with their constituents.It is time for politicians to stop playing political games with our rights.

Protect 2nd Amendment Rights

As our next Governor, Julianne Murray will uphold the Constitution and our God given rights as citizens. Julie knows that limiting our Second Amendment rights does not translate into tough-on-crime measures. It doesn’t make anyone safer. It only punishes law-abiding citizens. Like you, Julie worries about the violence in our communities. She wants safe streets and safe gathering places for our friends and family. Julie will look beyond the rhetoric to find the real source of the problem and find solutions that do not infringe our rights. By addressing the true problem, we will be taking the politics out of the issue. Unfortunately, our Governor and the media like to perpetuate misinformation and dangerous rhetoric in order to push an unconstitutional agenda that threatens the rights of law abiding citizens. As Governor, Julie will defend the rights of our law abiding citizens, hold law breakers accountable, and support our first responders.

G – Governmental Control

COVID-19 has shown that the government can and will take away freedoms from Delawareans in an unconstitutional manner.  We must address this so that future Governors have checks on their power.

Y – YOU

We need YOU to get energized and excited about changing the course of Delaware and to bring your friends on board with you.

VOTE!

Important Dates:

August 22, 2020 – DEADLINE for unregistered citizens to register to vote before the September 15, 2020 Primary Election. 

September 15, 2020 PRIMARY ELECTION
Polls open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Only registered voters from participating parties may vote. Julianne is the gubernatorial candidate officially endorsed by the Republican State Committee of Delaware.

October 10, 2020 – DEADLINE for unregistered citizens to register to vote before the November 3, 2020 General Election. 

November 3, 2020 GENERAL ELECTION
Polls open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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