Flowers Ends Bid for Reelection, Plans to Leave Delaware

, Delaware Law Weekly


State Treasurer Chip Flowers announced last week that he has dropped out of the state treasurer's race, but will serve out the remainder of his term before relocating to Massachusetts.

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  • Brett Blackledge, Public Service Editor, The News Journal

    The News journal was the first news organization to report the harassment complaint filed against Treasurer Chip Flowers. For a full report on the complaint and the allegations behind it, please visit Other news organizations learned about the complaint after The News Journal interviewed Flowers about it.

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