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Dover native George Warren Cripps (1916-1983) served three terms as Delaware’s State Auditor from 1966-1973 but lost his re-election campaign of 1972. Cripps, a Republican, also unsuccessfully ran for the Delaware State Senate in 1974, and for Delaware Governor in 1976. Prior to serving as auditor, Cripps was a successful businessman, running Capitol Glass & Mirror Inc and was President of the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce from 1961-1963.
Horgan, D. (1983). Dover Politician G.W. Cripps Dies. The Morning News, pp. 1, 4. Retrieved 6 July 2021, from https://www.newspapers.com/image/155053455/?terms=Cripps&match=1.