The State of the State – Expecting More
When I first stood before you, we faced a collapsing national economy. . .
The challenges we faced weren’t just the result of a temporary economic downturn, but of a changing world, with an economy forever altered by global competition and new technology.
As the path for Delawareans to achieve the American Dream has changed, our people have risen to the occasion.
Businesses have found new global markets – like Solar Unlimited, a new exporter of hot water heating systems from Lewes projecting $1 million in sales to Mexico thanks to the state’s export initiatives. (We were the only business singled out by the governor and it was at the beginning of the speech.)