Cape Gazette Makes Endorsements for Election

Our choices for Rehoboth election August 3, 2017 The Cape Gazette editorial board has met with all five Rehoboth Beach candidates. We were impressed and humbled by the qualities each brings. For mayor: Sam Cooper's genuine forthrightness, grasp of issues and breadth of Rehoboth Beach knowledge; Paul Kuhns' financial knowledge, active involvement in so many organizations, desire to bring more citizens into the process. For the three candidates seeking two commissioner seats: Susan Gay's homework on issues, ability to understand and articulate so others understand; Kathy McGuiness' many years of experience and accomplishment; Lisa Schlosser's well-honed skills managing international-scale budgets ...

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Susan Gay launches campaign for Rehoboth Beach City Commissioner

Press Release:

Let's Move the City Forward

REHOBOTH BEACH (May 17, 2017) – Susan Gay, a part-time resident active in many Rehoboth Beach initiatives, has declared her candidacy for City Commissioner in the August 12 election, focusing on the City's environment, quality of life, and the need for capital planning and budgeting. 

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SOC Supported Candidates Win City Election

In the Rehoboth Beach municipal election held on Saturday, August 13, Stan Mills and Toni Sharp, the two candidates supported by Save Our City, were re-elected to the City Commission by significant margins. Mills and Sharp received 688 and 609 votes respectively, while challenger Rick Perry received 473 votes. The commissioners will be sworn in to new three-year terms at the Regular meeting of the Mayor and Commissioners on Friday evening, September 16.

Of the 1776 registered voters in the city, 1066 voters participated in the election, for a 60 percent turnout.

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