With all the candidate forums and events taking place in Augusta County these days, it’s easy to realize there are close to two dozen seats up for election or reelection.
To help voters get to know candidates, the county Republican committee is hosting a Candidate Meet and Greet for the public on Tuesday, April 16, from 6-7:00 p.m., at the Augusta County Government Center.
Refreshments, candidates (all have been invited), and a committee meeting at 7:00 for those interested in attending, it presents an opportunity to talk with the candidates who will be on the ballot.
All filing deadlines has passed so this is the lineup of Republican candidates for the following offices:
All Republican Constitutional Officer candidates did not have Republican opposition; therefore, according to the rules, no mass meeting will be held for those offices.
–Sheriff: Neil T. Kester
–Clerk of Court: Steve Landes
–Commonwealth’s Attorney: Tim Martin
–Commissioner of Revenue: Jean Shrewsbury
–Treasurer: Richard T. Homes
Board of Supervisors
South River and Riverheads district mass meetings will be held on April 30, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. with registration beginning at 6:00 p.m. Their filing deadline was on March 13.
–South River District:
-North River District:
-Jeffrey A. Slaven
–Riverheads District: Michael L. Shull (unopposed)
-Wayne District: Scott Seaton (unopposed)
-Beverley Manor District: G.L. “Butch” Wells (unopposed)
State Senate 24th District:
-Sen. Emmett Hanger
House of Delegates 20th District:
House of Delegates 24th District: Del. Ronnie Smith (unopposed)
House of Delegates 25th District:
-Supv. Marshall Pattie