Candidates seek election
When voters head to the polls on Nov. 5 they will have many choices. The following individuals are seeking election in Lunenburg County and will appear on the ballot.
COMMONWEALTH ATTORNEY Incumbent Robert E. Clement is running unopposed.
COMMISSIONER OF THE REVENUE Incumbent Elizabeth Y. Hamlett is being challenged by Charon Coffee Price and R. L. “Bobby” Thompson.
TREASURER Incumbent Amona W. Currin is running unopposed. SHERIFF Incumbent Arthur Townsend Jr. is being challenged by Michael B. Landry.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Brown’s Store District 2 incumbent J. M. “Mike” Hankins is running unopposed. Rehoboth District 4 incumbent Randy” Slayton is challenged by Timothy V. Hatley. Love’s Mill District 5 incumbent Edward W. Pennington is running unopposed. Hound’s Creek District 6 incumbent Alvester L. Edmonds is seeking to retain his seat on the Board of Supervisors.
SCHOOL BOARD Brown’s Store District 2 incumbent W. D. “Doug” Aubel is running unopposed. Rehoboth District 4 Melanie B. Currin and Patrick L. Williams are both seeking the school board seat and are newcomers. Love’s Mill District 5 Jodi Lee Clark and Ruby Baker Ingram are both seeking the school board seat and are newcomers. Hound’s Creek District 6 incumbent Kathy P. Coffee is seeking to retain her seat on the school board.
SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DIRECTOR SOUTHSIDE DISTRICT Mark L. Palmer and J. C. “Buck” Tharpe Jr. will both appear on the November ballot.
MEMBER SENATE OF VIRGINIA – 15TH DISTRICT Incumbent Frank M. Ruff Jr. is seeking to retain his seat against newcomer Virginia M. Smith.
MEMBER HOUSE OF DELEGATES – 61ST DISTRICT Incumbent Thomas C. Wright Jr. is seeking re-election against newcomer Trudy Bell Berry.