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Hurd seeks re-election; Eberline to challenge for commonwealth’s attorney

Michael T. Hurd and David H. Eberline are now qualified candidates for Middlesex Commonwealth’s Attorney in the November 2019 General Election. Hurd, the incumbent, is seeking re-election to a new four-year term.

Other candidates who filed previously include incumbent M.E. “Chip” Holt III and challenger Lud H. Kimbrough III as candidates seeking the seat on the Middlesex Board of Supervisors representing the Pinetop District, which includes Deltaville.

Incumbent Kathy Swinehart is seeking a 4-year term as the Harmony Village representative. Swinehart won a special election in November 2018 to fill the unexpired term made vacant with the death of Jack Miller.

Incumbent Wayne Jessie Sr. is seeking another term representing the Jamaica District. He is being challenged by Elizabeth W. Whitaker.

In the Middlesex Sheriff’s race, current Sheriff David P. Bushey is seeking another term. He is being challenged by C.B. “Blair” Sibley who has qualified as a sheriff candidate.

Also qualified as candidates are E. Mae Burke, who is a candidate for Middlesex Commissioner of the Revenue; and Kathy S. Thrift, who is a candidate for Middlesex Treasurer.

On the November 5 ballot will be seats on the Middlesex Board of Supervisors and the Middlesex School Board for the Pinetop, Jamaica and Harmony Village districts.

Middlesex Constitutional offices on the ballot include the Commonwealth’s Attorney, Commissioner of the Revenue, Sheriff, and Treasurer.

Also on the ballot are two seats on the Soil and Water Conservation District Commission.

All terms are for four years.

State offices on the ballot include the Virginia Senate and House of Delegates.

The deadline to file as a candidate is June 11.

For more information, contact the Middlesex County Registrar’s Office at 758-4420.

posted 04.19.2019

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