Middletown will hold an election for three council seats from noon to 8 p.m. on Monday, March 5, in council chambers at Town Hall, 19 W. Green St., Middletown.

Voters will be asked to pick three people for council among six candidates. The incumbents, Robert McGhee, James L. Reynolds, and Robert E. Stout, have filed for reelection. They are being challenged by R. James Carns, Gregory G. Crawford and James Meyers.

Each seat lasts two years.

Every citizen, 18 years old or older, who lives in Middletown, can vote. The inspector and judges of the election shall decide the validity and legality of the votes.

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 card issued by the state of Delaware or from the U.S. government.

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

Winners of the election will be announced soon after the polls close. Check out the Middletown Transcript’s website to see election results.