Thank You for the opportunity to serve as Your State Senator. It is an honor and a privilege and your faith in my efforts means so much to me. Throughout my career, I have promised to fight against “politics as usual” and to stand tall for what we believe. I promised I would fight to protect your freedoms and provide real, independent leadership in the Delaware State Senate. And I promised to be your voice of common-sense conservatism in Delaware.
I’ve worked hard to keep these promises. I have stood firm against wasteful big government and voted to create more jobs in Delaware, support our schools, lower taxes, protect your freedoms, help our Senior citizens, make our communities safer, preserve our quality of life; and I still will not take a pay-raise above what other state employees receive.
Together we can keep fighting for the values we share – but I need your help. I am kindly asking for your vote on November 6th.
Yours in Service,
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 15, 2022
Senator Bonini Files for Re-Election
On Tuesday, March 15, 2022, Senator Colin Bonini (R - Dover) filed for re-election to the 16th Senate District. Senator Bonini has been a strong, consistent conservative voice in the General Assembly during his tenure as a senator.
"We live in unprecedented times and now, more than ever, we need a common sense, conservative voice in our state senate,” Senator Bonini said in a statement. “My record is clear; I have stood for the rights of Delawareans and for accountability in our state government.”
Senator Bonini is consistently ranked as one of the most fiscally responsible legislators in the General Assembly. He has been recognized by numerous organizations, including receiving the Guardian of Small Business award by the National Federation of Independent Business and being named the Food Bank of Delaware’s Legislator of Year.
“I am very blessed and thankful to serve the people of the 16th District, and I look forward to continuing that service.”
Senator Colin Bonini serves the 16th Senate District, which includes Magnolia, south Dover, Frederica, and Camden-Wyoming.