WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today EMILY’s List, the nation’s largest resource for women in politics, congratulates Kathy Jennings on her reelection as Delaware attorney general. EMILY’s List President Laphonza Butler released the following statement:

“EMILY’s List celebrates Kathy Jennings’ reelection as Delaware attorney general. Jennings has served Delaware with courage and integrity, working to ensure that Delawareans and visitors to the state can continue accessing the full suite of reproductive health care services following the fall of Roe v. Wade. We’re thrilled to see Attorney General Jennings continue championing a brighter tomorrow for every person who calls Delaware home.” 

The granddaughter of a World War II Marine veteran who was raised by a single mother in Wilmington, Kathy Jennings graduated from Mount Pleasant High School and the University of Delaware before receiving her law degree from Villanova University Law School. Jennings then became one of only two women in the Wilmington office of the Delaware Department of Justice’s Criminal Division where she prosecuted cases involving homicide, domestic violence, and sexual assault. Jennings was then named state prosecutor and chief deputy attorney general. After her years in public service, Jennings co-founded the Oberly and Jennings law firm where she focused on civil litigation, criminal defense, and white-collar crime. Jennings was first elected Delaware attorney general in 2018.

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