DOVER, DE (AP) – Election Day in Delaware will decide whether Democrats maintain control of the state or whether Republicans can attract enough voters to achieve more of a balance on the state and federal level. Democrats hold all three seats in Delaware’s congressional delegation, all statewide elective offices, and control of both the state House and state Senate. Democrat Chris Coons is seeking reelection to the U.S. Senate and faces a challenge by Republican Lauren Witzke. Democrat Lisa Blunt Rochester is seeking reelection as Delaware’s only U.S. House member. She’s being challenged by Republican Lee Murphy. Democrat Gov. John Carney is facing Republican challenger Julianne Murray.