Bethany Hall-Long

Born:November 12, 1963 (age 60)
Career:Lieutenant governor of Delaware, 2017-present
Delaware Senate, 2009-2017
Delaware House of Representatives, 2003-2009
Education:B.S.N., Thomas Jefferson University
M.S.N., Medical University of South Carolina
Ph.D., George Mason University

Bethany Hall-Long assumed office as the lieutenant governor of Delaware on January 17, 2017. She is running for governor in the 2024 election.

Hall-Long was born on November 12, 1963, in Sussex County, Delaware. She earned her Bachelor's of Science in nursing from Thomas Jefferson University, her Master of Science in nursing from the Medical University of South Carolina, and her doctorate in nursing and public policy from George Mason University.

Prior to being elected lieutenant governor, Hall-Long served in the Delaware Senate from 2009 to 2017 representing District 10. Before this, she served in the Delaware House of Representatives from 2003 until she was elected to the Senate.