Incumbents Beat Back Challengers in Middletown City Elections

Mar 6, 2012


      MIDDLETOWN, Del. (AP) - Three incumbent town Council members have been re-elected in Middletown.

     Council members Robin Burgess, Robert McGhee and Jim Reynolds won two-year terms on Monday. They fended off challenges by David Fisher and Mary Harris.

     Residents could vote for three of the five candidates. The three who got the most votes won the at-large seats.

     Town officials announced the results minutes after the polls closed at 8 p.m. No irregularities or problems were reported.

     Winners will be sworn into office March 12.