David L. Anderson files for 31st District Representative Seat
DOVER – David L. Anderson, Dover 4th District Councilman, will announce his bid for the 31st Representative District on Saturday, March 10, at noon at is the Solid Rock Community Outreach Center 109 N. West Street, Dover. Anderson formally filed for the seat February 15.
The location is particularly significant to Mr. Anderson because he supported the center before it opened by helping it receive $25,000 in grant funding with the cooperation of Senator Brian Bushweller and participating in efforts that contributed to an eighty-seven percent reduction in crime last year.
The honorary event chairman is former Rep. Don Blakey. The host committee includes State Representatives Lyndon Yearick, Charlie Postles, and Rich Collins; Kent County Commissioners Jim Hosfelt and Glenn Howell; Sheriff Jason Mollohan; and Kent County GOP Chair, retired Maj. Gen. Henry McCann.
Mr. Anderson’s honorary campaign chair, State Senator Bryant Richardson commented, “I fully support the election of David Anderson. I appreciate his knowledge of the issues that are so important to our state and nation today. I know he will use his influence to work with others to help every child receive a quality education, to improve public safety, and to create an environment in Delaware where businesses with good-paying jobs can thrive.”
The free, family-friendly event will include food and refreshments, community information, and entertainment. Noted local artist Trini Lima will be performing. Donations are welcome. Contact 302-734-0366 or visit @DavidAndersonforDover on Facebook more information.
The 31st District covers most of the Western portion of Dover from Luther Towers to the New Dover High School and North to West Denny’s Road and South to Woodsedge. ###