REP. TIMOTHY BOULDEN:
LEAVING THE LEGISLATURE
Posted: Feb. 4, 2004
State Rep. Timothy U.
Boulden, a Newark Republican, will not seek re-election to his 23rd
Representative District seat.
Rep. Boulden made the
unexpected announcement on the floor of the House of Representatives
Thursday afternoon. First elected in 1994, Rep. Boulden said he
plans to finish serving his fifth term, which concludes in November.
Concerns that his
business will require more of his attention convinced Rep. Boulden
not to run in the fall election. His father, who has run the
family’s propane and oil company for 45 years, is retiring. Rep.
Boulden’s brother, also a partner in the company’s operations, is
exploring other career opportunities.
According to Rep. Boulden,
"I am honored to have served my community and I am grateful for the
confidence the residents of the 23rd District have placed in me for
the past 10 years. It has been a true honor and privilege to serve
in the House of Representatives, and I thank my constituents for the
opportunity to represent their interests in Dover."
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