Five Candidates File For School Board

The Milford School District Board of Education will have two seats up for reelection in May 2012. After the filing date on Friday, March 2, the Department of Elections for Kent County released the names of five candidates that will seek two seats on the Milford School District Board of Education.

Barry R. Fry, Regina Williams, and Gary Wolfe will be competing for the At Large seat on the Milford School Board. Eugene H. Rust and Dean Johnson will be competing for the Area “D” seat on the Milford School Board. Both of these seats are 5 year terms that will begin on July 1, 2012 and end on June 30, 2017. The School board election will be held on May 8 with polls open from 10am to 8pm. Voting will take place at the Lulu Ross Elementary School, Morris Early Childhood Center and Benjamin Banneker Elementary School.

Please stay tuned as The Milford Review and Milfordlive.com will have interviews and updates regarding each candidate.

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