UPDATED: Seaford Voters Elect Genshaw, Henderson & Santos
UPDATED: David Genshaw returns for another term as mayor of Seaford. He took 317 votes to 270 for James King in Saturday’s election. On the city council side – just two votes separated to top vote getters. Challenger Jose Santos took the most votes with 376 followed by incumbent Dan Henderson with 374 – they both won the two open 3 year terms. Alan Cranston got 289 votes. King will retain his seat on the city council. William Mulvaney did not run for re-election. Of the 594 votes cast in the election – 350 were absentee ballots.
Seaford voters will go to the polls Saturday to elect a mayor and 2 council members. Incumbent Mayor David Genshaw is challenged by councilman James King for the mayor’s 2 year seat. There are three candidates running for two seats on the council – incumbent Dan Henderson is challenged by Alan Cranston and Jose Santos. Each of the council seats is a 3-year term. The polls are open at Seaford City Hall in the City Council Chambers from 7am to 3pm.