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Election is Tuesday

The November 6 election ballot includes Urbanna town elections, a special election for supervisor in the Harmony Village District, and elections for U.S. Senate, and U.S. House of Representatives for the First District. Also, two questions on proposed constitutional amendments are on the ballot.

Nine candidates have filed seeking a seat on the six-member Urbanna Town Council, and two are seeking the office of Urbanna Mayor.

Current council member Diane S. Gravatt is challenging current Urbanna Mayor Steven S. Hollberg. 

Current council members seeking another term include Majorie F. Austin, Larry S. Chowning, George H. DeVries, Barbara M. Hartley and Boyd C. Wiley.

Candidates seeking their first term on town council include Clayton A. Chandler, William T. Goldsmith, William H. “Bill” Smith and Tyler W. Burgess. Urbanna terms are for 2 years.

Middlesex County Director of Elections and General Registrar Melissa D. Welch, explained this week voting information that is unique to this election. 

Double-sided ballots
Two precincts in Middlesex County will have double-sided ballots. If you vote in the Urbanna town elections or in the Harmony Village District, you will need to “turn the ballot over” to complete your voting. On the back side of the ballot is where you will find the Urbanna Town elections and special election for Harmony Village District.

Read the rest of this story in this week’s Southside Sentinel at newsstands throughout the county, or sign up here to receive a print and/or electronic pdf subscription.

posted 11.01.2018

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