Delaware Public Media

Sarah Mueller

Political Reporter

Sarah covers politics for Delaware Public Media. She was a local government reporter for several newspapers before switching to public radio. She previously covered the state legislature as an intern with NPR Illinois while earning her master’s degree in Public Affairs Reporting. She comes to Delaware from Tallahassee, Florida where she also covered state government as a fellow with WFSU. When not working, she enjoys playing with her dog, hiking and reading.

Ways to Connect

Delaware Public Media

The tax plan passed by the U.S. House of Representatives Thursday could hurt low-income Delawareans’ ability to find affordable housing or own a home.


The Biden Institute

Former Vice President Joe Biden discussed his new memoir Thursday at the University of Delaware.


Delaware Public Media

The Delaware State Housing Authority is asking for $23 million in next year’s budget. That amount includes new money for the Strong Neighborhoods Housing Fund.


Sarah Mueller

Advertising telling Delawareans and others open enrollment for Affordable Care Act plans is underway has been slashed this year.


Delaware Public Media

Gov. John Carney (D-Delaware) and members of Delaware’s Congressional delegation are calling on the Trump administration to investigate possible price manipulation of renewable fuel credits.


Kathleen Davies is running to be Delaware’s next State Auditor.


Sarah Mueller

The Public Service Commission is allowing Delmarva Power to move forward with the rate hike request it submitted in August. Delmarva hiked its nearly $25 million August rate increase proposal by nearly $7 million in October.


Delaware Public Media

Some state lawmakers are looking to update the state’s sexual harassment policy, and include new language  so it would also apply to legislators and lobbyists.


Sarah Mueller

Gov. John Carney (D-Delaware) took a tour of transportation projects in progress across Delaware Tuesday.


Delaware Public Media

State Rep. John Kowalko (D-Newark South) is renewing his call for greater oversight of limited liability corporations registered in Delaware.


Pages