Election Day Is Here

On Tuesday, November 4 Delaware voters will go to the polls to determine the winners of the 2014 Delaware General Election races. In the Milford area, Pat Emory and Senator Gary Simpson are running to represent the area as State Senator in the 18th District while Kevin Robbins and Representative Jack Peterman are running to represent the area as State House of Representative in the 33rd District. Polls are open from 7 am until 8pm on Tuesday, November 4. Voters can find their polling place location online at https://ivote.de.gov. To see more information on all four candidates including a Q and A session with each visit https://new.delawarelive.com/ML/category/government-politics/.

 

 

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