Transgender activist wins Delaware state senate primary
Transgender activist Sarah McBride, who hopes to win in the primary for the Delaware Senate, watches a computer screen at her watch party in Wilmington, Del., Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020. – Transgender activist Sarah McBride won a Democratic state Senate primary in Delaware on Tuesday and is poised to make history as the first transgender person elected to the state's General Assembly. If elected, McBride would join a handful of other transgender legislators around the country but would be the first transgender state senator. Denn and McBride’s father both worked at a Wilmington law firm known for its close ties to the Democratic Party establishment. McBride later worked on the campaigns of former governor Jack Markell and former state attorney general Beau Biden.