Mayoral Election in Georgetown in May

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There will be an election in Georgetown in May. Incumbent Bill West is challenged by Councilwoman Angela Townsend for Mayor. The Ward 3 and 4 seats are unopposed. Eric Evans filed for Townsend’s Ward 3 seat and incumbent Penuel Barrett filed for another term in Ward 4. The polls will be open from 8am to…

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Saturday is Election Day in Ellendale

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Voters in Ellendale head to the polls Saturday to elect 3 people to the Town Council. There are 7 candidates – incumbents Cheryl Vogl, Lisa Workman and Patsy Young are challenged by Joseph Beck, Tom Panas, William Clay Walton and former council member Aaron Moore. The polls are open from 1 to 7pm at Town…

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Fenwick Voters Send Incumbents & Kurt Zanelotti to the Town Council

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Fenwick Island voters have returned the three incumbents to the Town Council and Kurt Zanelotti, who was the top vote-getter with 372 tallies. Janice Bortner received 365 votes, Natalie Magdeburger 362 and Jacqueline Napolitano won 358 votes. Each will serve a 2-year term. The election will be certified Monday morning and the newly elected council…

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UPDATED: 6 Candidates Running for 3 Seats on Bethany Beach Town Council

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UPDATED – 10am – Bethany Beach voters will be headed to the polls on Saturday September 9. There are 6 candidates running for 3 open seats on the town council. Candidates include residents – Keith Brothers, Theresa Keil and incumbent Jerry Morris and non-residents Russell Evans, Marc Tanowitz and incumbent Patrick Sheplee. At least 4…

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Blades Municipal Election Set for Monday, June 5

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Blades voters will head to the polls on Monday, June 5th to elect a mayor and two council members. Wednesday was the final day that candidates could file to run. For the Mayor’s seat, incumbent Robert Atkinson is challenged by Sharon Alston. There are three candidates for two seats on the Town Council – incumbent…

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UPDATED: Seaford Voters Choose Henderson & Bradley for City Council

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UPDATED – 4/15/23 – Seaford voters have returned incumbent Dan Henderson to the City Council. He was the top vote-getter with 242 votes. Michael Bradley wins the other seat on the council grabbing 220 votes. One term incumbent, Jose Santos, was voted off the council receiving just 166 votes. Henderson and Bradley will each serve…

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New Date Set for Blades Municipal Election

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A new date has been announced for the Blades municipal election. The election is now set for Monday, June 5th. Candidates have until 4:30pm on Wednesday, May 17th to file to run for the 2 open council seats or the mayor’s office. If you filed for the original election – you must file again if…

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Snow Hill Election Set for Tuesday, May 2

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There will be an general election in the Town of Snow Hill on Tuesday, May 2. There are two seats up for election – the Central District with incumbent Jenny Hall challenged by Diana Walsh and the Western District with incumbent Ida Regina Blake challenged by Margaret Fletcher. The election will take place in-person from…

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Greenwood Voters Elect Two to Town Council

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Voters in Greenwood elected two members to the Town Council on Saturday. Incumbent Mike Moran was the top vote-getter with 46 followed by Marshall Kemp with 41. Kelli Nuwar received 24 votes. Moran and Kemp will each serve two years on the Town Council. Councilman Donald Donovan did not run for reelection.

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Dagsboro Election in December – Candidates Have Through Nov 14 to File

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Dagsboro voters have an election coming up on Saturday, December 3. There are two seats up for election – each for a 2-year term. Both incumbents, William Chandler,III and Norwood Truitt have filed for re-election. Candidates have until 4:30pm on Monday, November 14 to file for the election. Also registration to vote in the upcoming…

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UPDATED: Millsboro Voters Choose Kimberley Kaan

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UPDATED – 6/11/22 8:45pm – Voters in Millsboro have chosen new representation for District 1. Newcomer Kimberley Kaan received the most votes with 284 to incumbent Tim Hodges 159 tallies. In District 2, John Thoroughgood ran unopposed and will return to the Town Council for another 3 years. Kaan and Thoroughgood will be sworn in…

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Update : Snow Hill Election Results

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(Updated with unofficial results) Snow Hill voters have elected a new mayor and a new eastern district council member.Unofficial results indicate that Mike Pruitt defeated Rob Hall in the race for mayor, 214-93.Janet Simpson is the projected winner over Dave Burt in the council race, 73-31.Absentee ballots, including those that come in the mail by…

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Snow Hill Election Scheduled For May 3rd

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The Town of Snow Hill is making preparations for its election Tuesday, May 3rd. The offices of Mayor and Eastern District Council are on the line this year.Interested candidates have until Thursday March 31st at 4:30 p.m. to submit an application, which is available from Town Hall. Applications must be requested from Town Hall Administrative…

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Fenwick Voters Opt for Change

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Fenwick Island voters have spoken – and sent all four incumbent council members home.  The unofficial results place the top vote-getter as Natalie Magdeburger with 377.  Janice Bortner received 360 votes, Jaqueline Kay Napolitano 349 and Paul Breger 340.  The election results will be certified Monday morning at 9am. 

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UPDATED: Seaford Voters Send Both Incumbents Back to City Council

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UPDATED – 04/18/21: Seaford voters have sent both incumbents back to the city council. James King was the top vote-getter with 169 votes, Orlando Holland received 166. Scott Pickinpaugh won 128 votes and Jeffrey Benson, Junior grabbed 124 votes. City officials say only 47 absentee ballots were cast of the 316 total ballots. ================================ Seaford…

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Update: Mayor Of Laurel Re-elected

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Laurel voters have re-elected Mayor John Schwed, and Donald Holden has won an at-large seat on council. In Thursday’s election, Shwed topped Mark Sikora, 80-63. Holden was the winner over Denise Mackey, 102-38. Laurel Council members Robin Fisher and Jonathan Kellen Senior were unopposed.

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