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On her campaign website, Valenzuela outlines her "Accelerated solutions for a better Delaware." She believes over-regulation is controlling the lives of Delaware residents and advocates for reducing the reach of government.<ref>[http://www.sher2012.com/shopcontent.asp?type=Thinking ''Sher2012.com,'' "Here's what I've been thinking," accessed June 29, 2012]</ref>
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*Better jobs: Valenzuela emphasizes the need to support Delaware's existing small, "home-grown" businesses rather than "wooing large corporations to Delaware."
 
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Sher Valenzuela
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Candidate for
Lieutenant Governor of Delaware
PartyRepublican
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Sher Valenzuela was a 2012 Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Delaware in the 2012 election.[1]

Biography

Valenzuela grew up in Cleveland, Ohio. She was a syndicated columnist, published feature writer for several daily newspapers, a daily editor for Delaware State News and a communications director for IBM before starting, with her husband, First State Manufacturing.[2][3]

Elections

2012

See also: Delaware lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2012

Valenzuela was a Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Delaware. She was defeated by incumbent Matthew Denn (D) in the general election on November 6, 2012.[4] Valenzuela ran unopposed in the Republican primary on September 11, 2012.

Lieutenant Governor of Delaware General Election, 2012
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Democratic Green check mark transparent.pngMatthew Denn Incumbent 61.6% 238,959
     Republican Sher Valenzuela 37.1% 143,978
     Libertarian Margie Waite-McKeown 1.3% 5,206
Total Votes 388,143
Election Results via Delaware State Board of Elections.


Issues

On her campaign website, Valenzuela outlined her "Accelerated solutions for a better Delaware." She believes over-regulation is controlling the lives of Delaware residents and advocates for reducing the reach of government.[5]

  • Better jobs: Valenzuela emphasizes the need to support Delaware's existing small, "home-grown" businesses rather than "wooing large corporations to Delaware."
  • Better education: Valenzuela wants to reduce the number of administrative tasks facing teachers.
  • Better quality of life: Valenzuela is concerned with the current system of crime control.

Personal

Valenzuela and her husband, Eli, co-own First State Manufacturing. She has three children: one from her first marriage and two with Eli.[6]

See also

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