Hundreds of voters showed up at Potowmack Elementary School on Oct. 28, stated their address, logged on to an election website and
cast their vote for president of the United States.
Although their votes won’t decide who will be the next president — it being a mock election — students at the Sterling school got a taste of how America’s brand of democracy works.
Washington Post, Nov. 6, 2016
The Nov. 8 election for Leesburg’s mayor and town council is nonpartisan, so voters won’t find the candidates’ party affiliations listed on the official ballots.
that hasn’t stopped the local Democratic and Republican parties from making endorsements and supplying volunteers to help their favored candidates. Of the three people running for mayor and seven others vying for three seats on the council, all but two have received endorsements from one of the major parties.
Washington Post, Oct. 31, 2016
Three candidates for mayor of Leesburg faced off Thursday evening in a public forum that focused on issues such as the revitalization of downtown, taxes and whether the town should consider seeking city status.
Mayor David S. Butler, Vice Mayor Kelly Burk and former town council member Kevin D. Wright expressed differences on some issues in a discussion that revealed how each would govern if elected.
Washington Post, Sept. 18, 2016
From left: Candidates Scott K. York (I), Thomas J. Bellanca (I), Charlie King (R) and Phyllis J. Randall (D)
Tuesday, trading blows and staking out differing positions on such issues as all-day kindergarten, the rural economy and the need for a police department. Candidates for chairman of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors squared off in a debate
Four-term incumbent Chairman Scott K. York spent much of the evening on the defensive, responding to attacks from Democrat Phyllis J. Randall and Republican Charlie King, while independent challenger Thomas E. Bellanca mostly stayed out of the heated discussion. Sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Loudoun County, the debate was held at the Sterling campus of Northern Virginia Community College.
Washington Post, October 11, 2015
raising campaign funds for the Nov. 3 election. Candidates seeking reelection to the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors and other local offices have gotten off to a strong start
The board incumbents — all of whom are Republicans — had received more contributions than their opponents as of June 30, when the last reporting period ended. Some had gained an advantage by amassing sizable campaign funds during their years in office…
Prince William County is on track with plans to
replace its aging, touch-screen voting machines with a new system that uses paper ballots, election officials said Tuesday in a presentation to the Board of County Supervisors.
Washington Post, December 7, 2014
Board of Supervisors Chairman Scott York appeared to shift rightward during his primary campaign.
Could that hurt him in the fall general election?
Leesburg Patch, June 23, 2011
Leesburg appears to have made out well in the recent county redistricting.
Leesburg Patch, June 2, 2011
The Loudoun County Democratic Party
seems to be making little progress in finding candidates for key county elections later this year.
Leesburg Patch, July 21, 2011