With Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden already having announced his bid for governor, the race for the Delaware Attorney General will be between three relatively new faces: Lt. Gov. Matt Denn, Theodore Kittila and David Graham.  Here's some information on each candidate.

Matthew Denn

AGE 48
POLITICAL PARTY Democrat
RESIDENCE Newark
YEARS IN OFFICE insurance commissioner 2005-2009, lieutenant governor 2009-present
OCCUPATION lieutenant governor, January 2009-present
EDUCATION Berkeley High School; University of California, Berkeley, double major in political science and economics; Yale Law School, Class of 1991
FAMILY wife, Michele; sons, Adam and Zach, age 9
MAJOR ISSUES I will work towards a marked improvement in the violent crime rate throughout the state - especially in those neighborhoods that are hardest hit right now.

Theodore Kittila

AGE 40
POLITICAL PARTY Republican
RESIDENCE Greenville
PREVIOUS POLITICAL EXPERIENCE None
OCCUPATION attorney at Greenhill Law Group, LLC
EDUCATION Seaford Senior High School, Class of 1992; University of Delaware, Class of 1996: honors bachelor of arts in international relations; Fulbright Scholarship, 1997, in Frankfurt, Germany ; University of Minnesota Law School, Class of 2000
FAMILY wife, Anne-Laure P. Kittila; children, Alex, 9, and CC, 6
MAJOR ISSUES Focus the attorney general's office on putting away violent criminals, battling the heroin epidemic, rooting out child and sexual predators, and demanding accountability from those who we place in positions of trust

David Graham

AGE 60
POLITICAL PARTY Independent Party of Delaware
RESIDENCE Massey's Mill Pond south of Smyrna
PREVIOUS POLITICAL EXPERIENCE 2004, candidate in Republican primary for governor; 2008, filed Republican candidate for governor; 2010, Republican write-in candidate for attorney general; 2012, Independent Party of Delaware-endorsed candidate for governor
OCCUPATION senior field tax auditor, Delaware-licensed CPA, Delaware Department of Finance in Wilmington, 10 years
EDUCATION Smyrna High School, Class of 1972; 1972, U.S. Army Basic Training; 1973, U.S. Army Signal School; 1975, First Armored Division NCO Academy; Goldey Beacom College, associate’s degree in accounting, Class of1978; Goldey Beacom College, bachelor’s degree in business management
FAMILY daughter, Patricia C. Graham
MAJOR ISSUES Attorney general as an appointed office, veteran affairs of Delaware, and equal justice for all Delaware citizens