Mayor Jake Day swept to victory for a second term as Salisbury’s chief executive with 86 percent of the vote.
His opponent Wayne King received 14 percent.
The totals were 2,276 to 377.
Voters emerging from the District 3 polling place:
Day promised that he would begin strategic planning for the next four years.
He added that his election along with the five winning council members represented a rejection of the angry politics of our time.
Delmarva Public Radio's Don Rush caught up with Day to talk about the significance of the election.