Smyk files for re-election
Georgetown — Rep. Steve Smyk, R-Milton, field for re-election to the District 20 seat June 23. Elected in 2012, Smyk is serving his first term as District 20 representative. He has two opponents – Don Ayotte, an Independent candidate from Georgetown, and Marie Mayor, a Democrat from Milton. District 20 moved to Sussex County from New Castle in 2012 when election district lines were redrawn to account for shifts in population. Pictured with Smyk at the Sussex County Department of Elections in Georgetown are in front (l-r) Victoria Williams; Harry Miller, Chief of Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Department and Chief Deputy Fire Marshal for Sussex County; Smyk; Karen Sposato of Sposato's Landscape; and Debbie Hudson Thomas. In back are Sandi and Steve Smyk of Indian River Volunteer Fire Department, U.S. Coast Guard Auxillary; Lt. Charlie Williams, Georgetown American Legion Ambulance Company; Richard Perez, owner Lewes Body Works; Woody Magee, president Lewes Volunteer Fire Department and Sussex County Deputy Fire Marshal; Jack Bushey, retired Rehoboth Police Deptartment and former mayor of Milton; Merrill Moore, retired Delaware Technical Community College board member; Gary Chorman, owner Millman's Appliance; Barry Boright, U.S. Marshal.