Service is our highest value

Our mission is to deliver the highest quality service to our constituents, and to advance policies that help make Delaware a better place. This is how.


Constituent Service

Problems with the roads in your neighborhood? Having issues navigating state government? Questions about upcoming legislation? The Senate Republican Caucus team is here to help.

Policy Agenda

Our Senators each represent unique areas of the state, and try to advance legislation that serves the needs of their constituents, while trying to build a state government that works.

Community Involvement

Our Senators are proud to serve their communities. You can see them frequently at events, parades and dinners, proudly taking part in traditions and helping to build a spirit of community in their districts.

...and therefore all just authority in the institutions of political society is derived from the people, and established with their consent, to advance their happiness...

-Preamble to the Delaware Constitution

News & Updates

August 8, 2017

Senator Lavelle Donates Legislative “Raise” to Charity 

More than $45,000 given in last 12 years Local charities will benefit from a legislative pay raise given to Senator Greg Lavelle in 2005, as he will again this year donate it. The donation is a protest against the process that gives legislators raises without them having to vote for […]
April 26, 2017

Senate Republicans Release Response To Governor’s Budget Proposal

Suggestions include fiscal framework changes, prevailing wage, Medicaid reform Dover, DE – The Delaware Senate Republican Caucus today released a response to the budget proposals made by the Carney Administration in recent weeks. “After taking time to examine the proposals made by the Governor, and speaking with many stakeholders and […]
March 15, 2017

Budget Reset Community Meetings

Recently, Senator Lopez and Senator Simpson held separate community meetings with Governor Carney as part of his “Budget Reset” tour of the state. The Senators and other legislators hosted the Governor in meeting with the public to gather suggestions and take questions on what could be a $350 million deficit […]