Greg Fuller leads in race for Sussex County Register of Wills

SUSSEX COUNTY, Del. – Sussex County saw a close race for Register of Wills in the Delaware primary.

Currently, Greg Fuller leads in the Republican primary race with just over 39% of the vote, followed by Candice Green Wilkinson with around 37%, and Ellen Magee with 23%. 47 ABC spoke to Fuller on Wednesday afternoon where he thanked voters for turning out and supporting his campaign.

“I thank every last one of the voters who stuck with me, came out there, and took time out of their busy days and all their lives, to just vote for me,” Fuller told our Rob Petree. “I am greatly appreciative.”

Fuller, a veteran and public servant, is from Lincoln and previously served as Register of Wills from 2008 to 2010. He was appointed to the position by the late Governor of Delaware, Ruth Ann Minner.

During his time in office, Fuller created Helpful Tips, an information campaign, which he shared with senior centers and organizations across the county to promote the office and emphasize the importance of making a will.

“The main reason I did it was to keep families together when our loved ones go on to be with the lord, and make sure that peace and harmony will prevail among all those siblings and relatives that are left behind,” Fuller explained.

Fuller says he plans to bring that same innovative outreach and energy to the office. There is currently no Democrat running in the General Election.

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