Ward II Election Set for April 22, 2017

Published by The City of Milford

Ward II residents and property owners are encouraged to cast their votes on Saturday, April 22 between noon and 8:00 pm at Milford City Hall (201 South Walnut Street). Voting will not take place for Ward I, Ward III or Ward IV due to uncontested races.

The following candidates have submitted their nominating petitions to run for the Office of City Council – Second Ward:
John D. Bechtold, 507 Caulk Road
James F. Burk, 129 School Place

To determine if you are a currently registered voter in City of Milford elections, please call the City Clerk’s Office at 302.422.1111.
Qualified voters may also vote by absentee ballot. Please call the City Clerk’s Office at 302.422.1111 to obtain an absentee affidavit and ballot.

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