General Election Candidates’ Forum

Released by Greater Lincoln Civic Association

General Election Candidates’ Forum
Thursday, September 20 at 7 pm

US Senate, Congress, DE Treasurer, Auditor, Attorney General,
DE State Senator: Dave Wilson vs. James Purcell &
DE Representative: Bryan Shupe vs. Donald Allan, etc.

These candidates will be on DE’s November 6, 2018 General Election Ballots.

Lincoln Community Center is at 18883 Washington St.
Intersection with Second St. at the Sussex County EMS Building

DIRECTIONS: From Route 1 (2 miles south of Milford) turn west at T-intersection on Johnson Rd. into Lincoln toward Rt. 113. Drive to the midtown traffic light. Turn left/south on Third St. for one block to the public school. Turn right in front of the school onto Washington St. for one block, to the Second St. intersection. Arrive at Sussex County’s Emergency Medical Services Building. Do not block ambulance.
From Rt. 113 Lincoln Traffic Light turn into Lincoln toward Rt. 1 on Johnson Rd. Pass railroad & Post Ofc. to midtown traffic light. Then follow directions above.

The non-partisan, non-profit, Lincoln Civic Association welcomes you All voters, candidates & media
Meet, listen, learn & question our Delaware, General Election Candidates.
Public Service Announcement: Note on your calendars now.
Invite your voting family, friends and neighbors !
Free on Thursday, Sept. 20 at 7 pm. Doors open 6:30 pm.

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