While election season has been over for much of the country since November, Democrats and Republicans in the First State are batting in extra innings for control over the state Senate.
Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long’s Middletown seat is up for grabs with three candidates vying for the chair. Until it’s filled, the state Senate is deadlocked with 10 Republicans and 10 Democrats. And its worth noting that the Democrats have held the legislature’s upper chamber for more than 40 years.
Our political reporter, James Dawson, interviewed all three candidates, Democrat Stephanie Hansen, Libertarian Joseph Lazendorfer and Republican John Marino.