DE House Candidate Admits Removing GOP Opponent’s Pamphlet From Home

October 23, 2018 11:25 am

MIDDLETOWN, Del. (AP) — A Delaware state house candidate has acknowledged removing her opponent’s campaign literature from the front door of a home.

News outlets report Monique Johns asked voters to forgive her in a statement issued Monday by the Delaware Democratic Party.

Her statement came a day after a resident posted recordings from his home security system on Facebook. The first video showed Republican incumbent Kevin Hensley leaving the pamphlet, while the second shows a woman removing Hensley’s pamphlet and replacing it with another.

Johns identified herself as the woman in the video. She says her own signs have been stolen, too.

The 49-year-old secretary at the Department of Labor won a three-way primary to challenge Hensley last month. Hensley, who’s seeking a third term, defeated Johns in 2016.

Nice Sunday for our local candidates to make house calls. In the first video is Kevin Hensley dropping by the house…

Posted by Randy J. Smith on Sunday, October 21, 2018

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