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27-year Rehoboth Mayor Sam Cooper Defeated in Elections

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REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. -The City of Rehoboth Beach held elections Saturday, and Paul Kuhns won the mayoral race against incumbent Sam Cooper. 

Sam Cooper governed the municipality for nine consecutive terms amounting to nearly 27 years.

There were a total of 879 walk-in voters and 436 absentee voters, bringing a grand total of 1,315 voters in Rehoboth Beach.

Five individuals ran for office. For the office of mayor, Paul Kuhns collected 761 votes, and Sam Cooper collected 543 votes. For the two commissioner seats open, Kathy McGuiness collected 903 votes, Lisa Schlosser collected 706 votes, and Susan Gay collected 637 votes.

The winners will be sworn into office on Friday, Sept. 15, 2017, at the regular commissioners meeting before they begin to serve three-year terms. 

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