DELMAR, Del. - Delmar voters have been heading to the polls on Monday. Three candidates are vying for two town council seats: Incumbent Robert Thompson, William Boyan, and Alan Littleton. Mayor Michael Houlihan is running unopposed. We talked to residents to see what changes they're hoping to see.
"We're all working for the same cause so I think whatever happens from here on out will be for the better of the people," said local resident, Mary Lee Ease.
If you haven't voted yet, you still have some time. Polls close at 7 p.m. Monday night.
The votes are in and incumbent, Robert Thompson, will serve another four year term after gaining 37 votes. Alan Littleton will fill the second seat up for grabs, he defeated William Boyan 27 to 16. Mayor Michael Houlihan ran unopposed.