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The City of Milford Elects New Mayor

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Courtesy: Bryan Shupe's Campaign Office Courtesy: Bryan Shupe's Campaign Office
MILFORD, Del.- Voters in the City of Milford have elected Bryan Shupe as the city's new Mayor-Elect.

According to the city's website, Bryan Shupe was elected Saturday to fill the seat of Mayor Joseph Rogers, who is retiring after serving since 1982.

The results were announced at Milford Middle School after the polls were open for 8 hours Saturday.

"I'm really excited that Milford's heading in a positive direction and we need to continue to carry that forward," said Mayor-elect Shupe before the votes were tallied. "I hope to be an active ambassador for the town, help with economic development, help make a strong downtown and develop our future leaders."

Shupe received 648 votes, Betty Schiedenhelm recieved 60 votes, and James Oechsler received 280 votes.

Mayor-elect Bryan Shupe will be sworn in on May 5th at 7:00 p.m at City Hall.
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