Seven candidates, all Republicans, are seeking three at-large seats on Delaware City Council in the Nov. 3 general election.

Seven candidates, all Republicans, are seeking three at-large seats on Delaware City Council in the Nov. 3 general election.

The seats are now held by Gary Milner, Carolyn Riggle and Windell Wheeler, all of whom are seeking another term. Challenging them are Tim Dodge, Steve Hill, Keith Mangine and Ed Paxton.

Milner, 48, is completing his first term on council and has lived in Delaware for more than 40 years. He owns Milner's Sports and More in the Troy Road Shopping Center.

Riggle, 52, has lived in Delaware since 1985 and is currently vice mayor. She has served on council since 2003 and is employed at Lawyers Title Agency of Delaware Inc. as an escrow agent-marketing.

Wheeler, 68, is finishing his 12th year on council and is the city's mayor. He has lived in the city for 24 years and is now retired.

Dodge, 45, has lived in Delaware for 12 years and is a partner in a small business.

Hill, 46, is a 13-year Delaware resident and currently works as an IT/CAD manager for JMM Architects Inc. in Columbus.

Mangine, 40, moved to Delaware five years ago and works at Pacer International, a Dublin-based transportation and logistics company, where he is director of internal audit and compliance.

Paxton, 45, a Delaware resident since 1998, is managing partner of Woodland Cigar Co.

Lisa Keller, 35, is unopposed in the race to fill the two years remaining in the unexpired term of Ward 2 councilman Dwight Crum, who resigned last year.

Polls open at 6:30 a.m. on election day and close at 7:30 p.m.