Four of the five candidates running for Delaware Attorney General debated at Widener University Wednesday. WHYY and WDEL teamed up to bring their views on crime, the growing heroin problem, and an overall view on what role the attorney-general’s office can do to serve citizens of Delaware. Democrat Matt Denn, Republican Ted Kittila, Green Party candidate Catherin Damavandi, and Independent David Graham joined in on the discussion held on the Wilmington Law School campus of Widener University.
First airs Fridays at 5:30 and 11 p.m. on WHYY-TV
First is Delaware's public media newsmagazine. Each Friday night at 5:30 and 11, WHYY explores issues ranging from our economy and education to the arts and culture that make up the First State. Meet interesting newsmakers in the "First Person" segment and review headlines of the week with "State of Play."