Ballots set for spring town elections
Held May 6, the elections will select mayors and some town council members for Purcellville, Lovettsville, Hamilton, Middleburg and Round Hill.
Several towns do not have enough candidates to fill all the vacant spots and will rely on write-in votes.
The ballots are as follows:
-Kwasi A. Frasser
-J. Keith Melton, Jr.
Member Town Council (three seats open; council members Jim Wiley and Tom Priscilla are not seeking additional terms)
-Karen H. Jimmerson
-Doug J. McCollum
-Benjamin J. Packard
-James S. Rust
-Robert J. Zoldos II (incumbent)
Town Council (three seats available; council member Jack Burden will not be seeking an additional term)
-Kimberly C. Allar (incumbent)
-Jason R. Bickmore
-Tiffaney Dawn Carder (incumbent)
-Jennifer E. Jones
-Betsy Allen Davis (incumbent)
Member Town Council (four seats are available; council member David Stewart is not seeking an additional term)
-Kevin P. Hazard (incumbent)
-C. Darlene Kirk (incumbent)
-Mark Thomas Snyder (incumbent)
Mayor (current mayor Greg Wilmoth is not seeking an additional term)
Member Town Council (three seats available; Dimitri Kesari is not seeking another term)
-Michael Snyder (incumbent)
-Scott T. Ramsey (incumbent)
Member Town Council (three seats are available; council members Christopher Prack and Frederick Lyne are not seeking additional terms)
-Janet L. Heston (incumbent)
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