Election Information - Town of Middletown, Delaware

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Here are the unofficial results of the Town of Middletown Council Election on March 5, 2018. The results will be reviewed by the Town of Middletown's Board of Election and the official results will be announced at the Mayor and Council meeting on Monday, March 12, where the council members will be sworn into office.

R. James Carns -- 89

Gregory G. Crawford -- 141

Robert McGhee -- 431

James Meyers -- 162

James L. Reynolds -- 432

Robert E. Stout -- 391

Total votes cast: 615 (6 absentee)


Town of Middletown Elections are held the first Monday in March. (Monday, March 5, 2018). Voting is held at Town of Middletown Town Hall from 12 noon to 8 p.m. Unofficial results are announced following the election.

 Three Town Council member seats are up for election on the even years (this year) and the Mayor and three Town Council member seats are up for election on the odd years. Candidates for election must be 21, have lived in the incorporated limits of Middletown for one year (two years for Mayor) and not have been convicted of a felony. The filing deadline for the March 5 election was Friday, Feb. 9. The candidates can be found below in the Notice of Election.

   Have a question about Middletown elections? Click here to send an email.

2018 NOTICE OF ELECTION (March 5, 2018 election)

ABSENTEE BALLOT AFFIDAVIT for March 5, 2018 election



  At each general Town of Middletown municipal election, every citizen of the incorporated limits of Middletown, who shall have attained the age of eighteen (18) years, and who resides in said Town, shall have the  right to vote. The Inspector and Judges of the election shall decide the validity and legality of the votes offered.

  Residents must offer proof of residency with a form of identification such as: a driver’s license or State of Delaware identification card; a uniformed service ID card; another current photo identification ID card issued by the State of Delaware; the U.S. government; the voter’s employer; high school or higher education; a current utility bill; bank statement; credit card statement; a paycheck or pay advice; or another type of bill or statement.

  Absentee ballot affidavits are available at Middletown Town Hall, 19 W. Green St., Middletown, or online above. Absentee ballot affidavits must be filed by Friday, March 2, at 4:30 p.m.

  To be counted, absentee ballots must be received by the Town of Middletown by the close of the polls on March 5.


Certified General Election Results for March 6, 2017

March 6, 2017
For Mayor:
Kenneth L. Branner, Jr.                 703 votes
James Meyers                                  181 votes
David Wisniewski                             233 votes

For Council:
Maxwell Amoako                              297 votes
Drew Chas                                     798 votes
Jason R. Faulkner                         790 votes
Christian Sterling Sutton                  337 votes
Howard R. Young, Jr.                    793 votes
Total votes cast: 1,138 (14 absentee)


History of Middletown Elections

Click here to view Middletown Election History from 2017-1956

 Board of Elections -- Click here to view information about the Town of Middletown's Board of Elections.

    For more information, call Kristen Krenzer at 378-2711 or click here to send an email.