She's right: in about a half-dozen critical races only Libertarians are challenging incumbent Democrats across Delaware, and in even more races Democrats are running unopposed.
Republican filings are down, Democratic filings are up, and Libertarian ballot-qualified candidates (when all the dust settles and the Board of Elections prints the final list) will jump from ten in 2010 to about thirty in 2012.
Delaware's GOP has already achieved the status of a permanent minority party (as much as I hate to ever admit he's right, jason at Delawareliberal speaks the truth when he says that in many areas of the state the Democratic primary IS the general election), and is well on the way to sufficient fragmentation and disintegration to become a minor party and ultimately be replaced by the Libertarian Party as Delaware's other major party.
Think that's impossible? Think again, and consider the case in Louisiana where it is the Democrats who are fading away. Here are two headlines to give you food for thought:
From Independent Political Report:
Two Libertarians Elected In Louisiana By Filing For Office
From Libertarian Republican:
Libertarian Party overtakes Democrats in Louisiana as State's 2nd largest party for congressional races
Libertarians field candidates 5 of 6 congressional districts; Democrats only 3